Comfort Inn and Suites Rancho Cordova
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... smoothest days on the road are the most uneventful. We didn't have any traffic issues, we didn't get in a fight over directions or driving habits, we didn't have any rain (or hail! WTF, ARIZONA!?), and we didn't have any restaurant issues that lead us to starve in the desert. It was smooth driving until sunny Sacramento, California.
Dinner was at Hook and Ladder Manufacturing, a wonderful restaurant trying its hardest to be ...
... historic area is still reminiscent of the era of the booming gold rush, where the railroad ended and met the river. Elegant grand buildings lined the streets which were full of interesting shops to visit. Liam and I shared a fish and chips before visit the shops. Time passed quickly and before we knew it, it was time to leave and get ready for the rivercats game. We had a BBQ dinner at the game, ...
... by staying for one month at a family's home.
I thought I can practice and improve my Spanish by hanging out with locals.
We wanted to arrive at the airport in Mexico late afternoon and catching a taxi to bring us not too late to our final destination. The best connecting and shortest flights were offered by United. We bought this time tickets directly at the airline in order to avoid the hassle we had the last time with Expedia (see my China blog).
... to miss a very grainy, random photo of me in the dark. No worries, though. Many more random terrible pictures are in the future.
Have I mentioned that i kinda heart Southwest? I know Brian doesnt like it, and I swear its because they don't have assigned seating. I, on the otherhand, luv that they don't charge me for my two bags, they know what they are doing and the counter, and are halfway decent.
Lord! I ...
Although the early morning hours of my day in Sacramento started off just getting cloudier, the weather changed rapidly to a drenching rain – perfect for a few hours in a museum. The Crocker Art Museum is actually the oldest continuously operating art gallery in the American West, older even than anything in San Francisco. The museum's founder was Edwin Crocker, one of the big names and big fortunes in the early history of California. Housed partly in an ...