Courtyard by Marriott Roseville Galleria Mall/Creekside Ridge Drive
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... THE WORLD. California is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world. We spotted many a sign supporting farmers and bemoaning water rations in the sunshine state. Also cows. Lots and lots of dairy cows. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't disappointed, it's just that...I thought California would be, oh I don't know, a bit more...California-ier? You know, like everyone would be dressed like this.
To be completely honest, ...
... of my time in San Diego was amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there visiting with family and friends. I had an EPIC birthday celebration. A friend flew in from out of town and we both hit the town exploring! Birthday week, super quick breakdown: beach, awesome food, rented a BMW and went driving through Palomar Mountain and back in desert country, drove to LA and visited Hollywood Blvd, went to Six Flags Magic Mountain, more beach, more amazing food, and done! ...
... decided that this trip has gotten exciting enough to blog about.
It all started on May 11th, I was sitting in a board meeting and we were laughing about how one of the board members had called the board President the night before to tell her she could not make it to the meeting. After conversing for a few minutes, the President shared with her, that she would not be there either because she was in Amsterdam at the moment and it was ...
... to a United Airlines desk. They reissued us new boarding passes and told us that the plane was boarding now. We found a sign leading us to our gate. It said that it would take 20 minutes to get to our gate from there. We hustled again to catch our plane. We were one of the last people to ge on the plane. We then sat there for over 45 minutes because they forgot to fuel the plane! We finally left for San ...
... The Last Spike; it has been on display at Stanford University since 1892. The Hewes family kept the other until 2006, when it was put on permanent display at the California State Railroad Museum.
Facts and fictions; world-changing achievements intertwined with egos; there’s a lot of history tucked into that little corner of the museum.
http://www.csrmf.org/events-exhibits/wh ats-new/see-the-golden-lost-spike-at-th ...