Red Roof Inn Rancho Cordova - Sacramento
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the pictures will begin from there. We will be visiting sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The highlight of this trip will be the Formula 1 race weekend in Austin, Texas the last weekend of October. ...
... the pool yesterday. He was one happy boy... But he still had on his shopping list a Stetson!!! We spent from 10am until 3pm baseball shopping... After a late lunch, the kids went for a swim and at 5:30pm we regrouped and made our way to the Folsom Pro Rodeo! We were welcomed by the Folsom chamber of commerce, and the kids received USA dog tag chains for the 4th, we all got complimentary drink vouchers, a bandana, sticker and a paper fan. It was HOT! 35 and we were facing the ...
... that it takes all day to build up so the highest temperature is around 5pm. <b>SATURDAY 6/7-</b>Took the scenic road to Lincoln for their annual car show. There are a lot of horse ranches in this area and some even have green grass for the horses to munch. There were about 8 blocks of cars and a few food and commercial venders.We went early so we could beat the heat and it was an enjoyable show as they had large shade trees that helped. For those who watch the ...
So today we had a pretty good drive. We started from San Diego, CA (Goodbye Flynn's) and ended up in Sacramento, CA (Hello Aunt Denny!) with a little stop in Irvine, CA to meet Miss Avah.
Our stop in Irivine was short and sweet but a little too short. We were able to meet up with Matt's cousin Jacki and meet her little girl Avah. And OH MY GOODNESS, she is a CUTIE! We only had about 45 min to visit since it was a day of work for ...
... giving out the t-shirts.
Whole blocks of the fair were set up for selling and we were offered the chance to buy a seven-ply steel kitchen set, a patented pillow (which looked like a normal pillow), and a whole host of other things, including a device you can attach to anything, and turn it into a speaker (including pizza boxes and water bottles), which I think is a great idea. Most wasn't too convincing though and my Franklin's, ...