Comfort Inn and Suites Rancho Cordova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but our suitcases are ready for the airport, whether we are or not.
We'll catch an early flight from Sacramento aboard a tiny plane to Los Angeles (a small American Eagle "commuter" jet). From there, we'll fly to Miami and an airport hotel. We're not escaping the cold any longer. It was unseasonably warm today as our drought continues and worsens. Miami will be more humid, but it won't be warmer.
In keeping with ...
... turns waiting in line and did a bit of shopping in between. I actually found sugar-free jelly bellies and bought a small pack. Tour was interesting and worth the wait. We finished our day trip with a stop at the Solano Shopping Mall. Aaron bought a new pair of Vans and a skateboard and I got a great deal on a pair of soccer cleats to replace my dinosaurs at home. Emma bought some fall clothing at Hollister. Now it's time to relax before getting dinner ...
... on the outside of the building.
We then made our way to Coit Tower, a large building shaped in the form of a firefighters hose, erected by a rich American lady in tribute to the San Francisco Fire Department. She had been saved by the service as a child when she was trapped in a burning building and was a champion of the service forever after. I wanted to go because it had a reportedly good view of the city and also because along the way we could walk ...
... in 1872
2. Italian Stone Pine – 22 were planted in 1872, only one remains
3. Southern Magnolia – the Southern magnolia has prospered in the park
4. Bunya Bunya – native to Australia, this tree was planted in 1887
5. California Fan Palm – native to California, planted in 1882
6. Cockspur Coral Tree – when blooming, it looks like a brilliant red bird
7. Cork Oak ...
... just a little bit, then you will really love this place!! The displays are actual, life-size trains and they are very well represented from various eras. I wish we could have had more time here...but I guess you can only do so much in a day.
We walked back to the hotel to freshen up before heading out to meet up with some of Angie's old college friends, the Mitchells, who also happen to live in Sacramento. We had a great time meeting ...