Extended Stay America - Sacramento - Roseville
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... taking us swimming, daddy is taking us swimming!" We needed to be accompanied as you have to be a member to get in. Truth be told, Dad first felt the need to ensure that we were fully schooled on the rules of the pool and club house. He let us know that we were not going to be allowed to do any running around, no outside beverages and NO peeing in the pool. Mike and I agreed ...
... content :):) My mom and Mitch came to visit me in San Diego. We all had a blast exploring and it was great for my mom to get to visit with friends who she hadn't seen in over 18 years!! My time in San Diego came and went as quickly as ever. I was sad to go, but excited for my next adventure in a brand new, unexplored city!!
My next job was in the city of Roseville, California in Northern California about a half hour north of Sacramento. Of course, I turned ...
... the company out. They really had to twist my arm though.... So between that and the Amsterdam thing, I went back to the office, found the week of June 17th was a good time, got approval from my boss that day and was up until 2:30 a.m. that night after work with a world map in front of me, deciding where I was going to go.
Oh, I forgot to mention, I called my Mom the next day to ask her if she wanted to go to Boston and New York with ...
... week from todayI will be waking up in New York City- Never been there. I'm excited to spend time with Meir's daughter, go to the Met, see Times Square and whatever else comes up.Four days later will be flying to Tel Aviv!!! So for now I will acknowledge to you all that I have butterflies- and sign off until next week. ...
... fled Europe, leaving behind his wife, his children, and a lot of debt. He traded and swindled his way across North America, landing on the American River in 1839. He had big dreams in this wild, wide-open land; he’d build an empire, become a wealthy man.
He built a fort; for his labor force using local Indians and Hawaiians he’d brought with him from a visit there. Inside the fort were carpenter and ...