Extended Stay America - Sacramento - Northgate
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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January 4, 2015
... they could hold water! Sheesh. Impressed.
Although it was a small exhibit we spend quite a while in the museum. Of course, once we emerged, Seb’s hunger was driving him towards food. Mine too, but it doesn’t have the same enthusiastic flare that his does. I spied a Pho place near our hostel, and managed to convince Seb that it’s great for filling the tum and we should eat there. The walk seemed longer this time – ...
... before leaving town. My last day in town David gave me the most comprehensive tour of San Francisco I could have ever hoped for and we went out hiking on the coast. We came across almost an entire town of homeless camps off the trail and through the woods but not a single person around.
This entry has been long enough so if you made it though the whole thing well done, I'm going to go back into my room smoke a giant bowl now and stroke my little dick like there is no tomorrow!
State Capital- Phoenix
Two important cities- Phoenix and Tucson.
Statehood- February 14, 1912
State Motto- Ditat Deus
State Flower-saguaro cactus
State Bird-Cactus Wren
National Park- Grand Canyon
Rivers- Fossil Creek
Mountains- Mount Graham
Point of Interest- Grand Canyon
Universities- Arizona State University
Current Population- 6,702,969
Square Miles- 114,006 ...
Although going through Sacramento wouldn’t normally be the route we would choose
en route from the Pacific Northwest to Raleigh NC for Thanksgiving, with severe storm warnings posted for the Midwest and upper states, it made the most sense.
Having made the decision, it actually became an exciting choice when I learned some fascinating information just a few days before leaving ...