Days Inn and Suites Rancho Cordova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Davis Famer's Market is a fixture in Davis, taking place downtown on Saturday morning and Wednesday evenings the latter over the summer. I used to work for Davis Bread and Desserts selling pastries at their stall, so did Jordan and Laura. I was pleased we were able to take the kids along this evening.
After we finally finished getting the kids’ clothes sorted for the wedding and ...
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 ...
Up at 4.30am to go to the balloon ride. Small bus to our venue at hotel, where we had a briefing for the safety rules etc. Then by bus to the launching area. A whole group of balloons getting ready to take off. A big climb into the basket, 16 of us standing in 4 compartments. Take off was gentle just gliding up. It was fantastic!! So worth it. We had about an hour gliding over fields and homes. The landing was ...
... shape up to the height of a 25 story building. When temperatures warm up in early spring, the water from the fall begins to drill a hole at the top of the cone, creating a volcano like structure. I can understand why climbers and tourists come from all over the world to explore this magnificat national park. Over eons, rivers and glaciers somehow carved 3,000 feet into solid granite to create Yosemite Valley. The nuances of the Valley form spectacular rock formations, for which ...
... they speak unfairly fast and apparently have an accent I am not used to. They were kind enough to speak some English to me though, but I left Onelica to explain why the car had a smell of **** about it, and why I had a plastic bag of ****-stained clothes for Onelica's mum to wash. We also washed the 'trunk' carpet in the garden with a high-powered hose and displaced the last morsels of **** trapped in my suitcase's wheel mechanism. Talk about first impressions.