Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Rancho Cordova
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... long it takes you to get through the checkin counter and security checkpoint. We arrived at the gate with only ten minutes before boarding and after a restroom break, we walked right up and onto the plane. Hawaiian airlines is a good airlines with great friendly service. I am looking forward to my week before travelling home. I will write a different blog for this as this is Jeff, Liam and my ...
... had a shaved ice in a soda shop and just wandered around for a couple hours, all the while trying to stay in the shade! Hopped back in the truck and drove into downtown for a short walk by the state capital building. Then picked up a few groceries and headed back to the campground for ...
... sacred valley next to the Old Man of Storr - a truly magical place. Getting to see it while it snowed lightly with no one else there, all I could hear was the mist and the quiet snow falling - magical! I loved it there!
- Finding and getting to see the Praying Hands of Mary rock formation and experience the peace there.
- Finding Druid's Cave when it was unknown if I would even find it! Experiencing the peace there too.
- Seeing ...
... see some friends and chill out at the beach before we fly out to Shanghai. We're staying in Redondo which is less busy than Santa Monica or Malibu.
The positive side of all of this is the lightness you feel as all the clutter clears - soon we will be free of most of our stuff and free to enjoy the adventure to come! yippee!
... of the most beautiful records of history in the Historic Rose Garden. Composed of old or antique roses collected from cemeteries, old homesites, and roadsides in California, many of these roses came to California in the holds of ships or tucked in wagon trains; brought by pioneers to beautify new homes; eventually a slip was planted on their grave.
Tour are self or docent-guided. ...