Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Airport Natomas
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... was great and the kids had a lot of fun playing.
The kids had a go on the bicycle powered merry-go-round. (Except Cam who decided he was too big.)
The kids were keen to have a go on the bounce houses erected, the two older boys had a go on the gauntlet one. Five minutes to go through as many times as they wanted, climbing, sliding and crawling through. By the time their time was up ...
All the kids wanted to do today was swim! It was a bit hotter today so we were happy to oblige.
We finally managed to get the three boys kitted out for the wedding, they are going to look quite dashing if I do say so myself :)
We went to a local park too to meet up with an old friend. Emma used to look after her kids when they were brand new (they are now teenagers, nearly adults!!!) Holly had her dog with her which was a big ...
... about six foot and has had some of the craziest travel adventures ever – more on this later. So after meeting these fabulous gents and chatting for a while, Seb and I mentioned that we were thinking of heading out and would they like to come?
A few hours later we’re sitting at the bar of Dive Bar. Its name refers to an underwater theme, and it has a huge fish tank in the roof above the bar, with live fish and apparently ...
... buried history is not on display today and as you stroll through the Capitol gardens and along the river at Old Sacramento you could be completely oblivious to the disasters that once struck. Continuing with our history lesson we visited Sutters Fort, to learn about life on the west coast in the early 1800s. Sutter was also the unfortunate founder of the California gold rush. While the gold rush ...
... was the possibility of seeing his name, Mark Boyd, listed in the registry on display in the mail car. He was not a proud or arrogant man, but, he was proud of the work that he did and would have been very proud to have seen his name or workplace on historical display.
Now, that was a highly motivating factor in adding Sacramento to our schedule en route to the east. It was very exciting. With all of the ...