Comfort Inn and Suites Rancho Cordova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Give without expecting anything in return.
- Bring people together. Celebrate. Have joyous occasions with friends and family often.
- Support people. Be the person they turn to for emotional support.
- Don’t be complacent and get stuck in a routine.
- Laugh ...
... s choice). After this we got in a cab in order to grab pizza and start the bar crawl off. At the pizza place we also had buffalo wings, which are amazing, particularly when dipped in blue cheese dipping sauce, and garlic fries, which provided you're not planning on speaking to anyone new in the next 48 hours I can highly recommend. After this we frequented several bars and ended the night at a mexican version of McDonalds.
Having a great time in California, went to the Jelly Belly Factory yesterday, which was really cool. Last night went to dinner at Terry and Corrie's, nice time with such great people. Today Jackie and I did girls day out and went for pedicures and manicures. Not much else to tell at this time other than I am really enjoying my time with the ...
... 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. ...
... want to go." I kept going straight and wound up far out on Power Inn, turned right to 65th, that ran into Folsom Boulevard, what next? Asked GPS to get me back to Howe, hit Elvas Avenue, what’s that? Every street has curves, and jogs, or simply changes names.
I’ve always said you need to know a place already to understand the signs, that’s true for here, ...