Rodeway Inn West Sacramento
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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. ...
... I wasn't particularly happy about this.
That evening I was taken to an American bar which is typically frequented after work. I literally felt like I had stepped into a film set it was so clichéd, the bartender was blond with fake boobs, the inside of the place was covered in pro-hunting posters, stickers and memorabilia and strong political messages, they were also some mounted animal heads around, a pool table and a built in ...
... there will be tasty fresh mango for breakfast! :) Today I have busied myself with getting lost on a scooter. It is really hard to tell directions here and streets are mostly not marked. Locals have been kind in showing me where I am on the map and giving directions. I'm at the homestay for another two nights then am going to try and find a quiet part f the island to escape to. I miss you all and love the pics of Baby Katie. Hope all is ...
... at a time that would provide the ultimate enjoyment of the warm climate.
The day finally arrived today, and at 3:00 a.m., we got up and started getting ready to head to the airport. At 4:15, when we had to leave to make our 6:00 a.m. flight, the frost was thick and the temperature was 27 degrees. Luckily, Dan had put a sheet over his windshield, so we ...
... Medicare now. The harder part is deciding what to let go of - pictures, books, small personal items, clothing. Even as were furiously digitizing as much as we can, there are still things I want to hold onto.
Dieter is shredding and I'm weeding through all my pictures. Letting go is bittersweet, but we want to be free to follow our hearts, to pick up new customs, languages and adventures. ...