Extended Stay America - Sacramento - West Sacramento
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tour all over San Francisco. A very comprehensive tour, all over the city, saw all the steep streets, and the very interesting houses,etc. Went to Fishermans wharf and spent time. Lovely day, and enjoyed the sea lions' antics too. Then on the ferry ride to Sausalito, to lunch on the waterfront....beautiful ! Bus picked us up there, and to the area above ...
... has been a great friend through the years and has always made an effort to come see me when she’s back home even though it’s another two hour drive for her. It was great to finally get a chance to come out to visit her and get a taste of what her life is like, and just to be around an old friend again.
A few other surprises that happened during our stay was a close up hot air balloon sighting from our camper and our ...
... and sheep with gently rolling hills and small farmsteads that dot the landscape.
Our first scheduled stop was at the Jellybelly headquarters in Fairfield, CA. Bertha, our GPS, skillfully guided us through the city of Fairfield and into the large parking lot. We saw busses, cars, signs and buildings with the "Jellybelly" corporate logo. I'll be honest, while I've heard of Jelly Beans, I was not familiar with Jellybelly. Evidently that is the corporate name for ...
... couple days ago. The WiFi at the homestay I'm at is not working well with my phone, so I found an internet cafe to check in with you all. It sure is crazy here! Again, lots of traffic. I am staying at a homestay a little northwest of Denpasar, the big city. It is a little far out of the way, which has it's perks and drawbacks. Nice and quiet and away from all the drunken tourists, but a little pricey to get to the places I want to go. The ...
... 8220;No water = no jobs + higher food costs”
Water is a serious issue in the Valley; rainfall is sparse, Tulare Lake is dry, the California Aqueduct and other managed sources are all there is. Vista points along the way overlook the precious sparkling blue. I need to know the politics behind the signs that represent the green, and brown. http://www.water.ca.gov/
A hundred miles to go. I have to stop, a ...