Red Roof Inn Rancho Cordova - Sacramento
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There are too many great things about being retired for me to ever try to list them. One big plus is having time to sort and pack for trips. We may leave it until the last minute, but we do not feel rushed. There was plenty of time this morning to wash and iron several shirts I should have laundered days ago. Of course, I may not know until Tuesday whether I remembered to pack everything I should have. There is always something overlooked ...
... to that cairn, I would go in there when I really needed some peace or to make a decision. It is a special place in there. I also loved going inside Unstan Cairn on Orkney, and also inside Nether Largie Cairn in the Kilmartin area. Each place felt good and peaceful inside, and I felt close to the stones that surrounded me.
- I was blown away with how awesome St. Magnus Cathedral is in Kirkwall on Orkney Island. Wow! The brick pillars on the inside are so ...
... s and Washington's stayed firmly in my wallet.
The free fun to be had included a science type section which, among other things, had a game that timed how long you could hang (see pic), children's puzzles (one of which we spent a half hour struggling to complete, but finally succeeded), and gigantic bubbles, which I didn't get a go on because the kids and their parents hogged it. There was also a 'Toytopia' section with all sorts of ...
More trees per capita than any city in the world? Even Paris? This is a comparison frequently made in Sacramento, in justifying its name as The City of Trees. I've never been to Paris but I can vouch for the fact that Sacramento really has a lot of trees.
The first thing that caught my eye as I drove into the city was the trees. Gorgeous trees. Majestic trees. Tall trees, short trees, fruit trees, fir trees, palm trees, pine trees, cedar ...
... br> From here we headed over to the Old Schoolhouse Museum and were able to experience what a typical schoolhouse from that period would be like. It was set up very well with a lot of historical displays and pictures...very interesting.
Next we walked down the street to check out the military history museum. Outside the front of the museum were some civil war soldiers all dressed up in their uniforms and willing to chat. One of these guys ...