Fairfield Inn Roseville Galleria Mall/Taylor Road
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... and very friendly around here. Club activities, a gym, golf course, tennis, baseball, walking trails galore. Very pretty and well maintained. I am super happy for my Dad and Jan as they are in a beautiful house with a nice yard and are so comfortable here.
Today is a quiet day and then get ready for our 6:00a flight to Maui. Chat at you next once we arrive. Aloha baby!
... 8hr drive into a long multi-day roadtrip! My San Diego to Roseville roadtrip highlights: visited with friends who live in Orange County who had been visiting Kauai and I met when I was living there last year, family in LA, went out to the desert and saw my cousin and her hubby in Rosamond, then up to Fresno to see travel nurse buddies from Austin, Texas. It was a fun trip for sure. I unloaded my stuff into my new airbnb spot which was about 11 miles away from ...
... she said yes, because at 2:00 a.m. the night before, I had bought her a plane ticket.
I must say, that is a super cool feeling, to know that you can travel anywhere in the world you want to. So anyways, for the purpose of the blog, I will just go back to the beginning where I started my vacation early by leaving work on Friday and heading down to Roseville to spend the night so I could have some time to go shopping before flying out. ...
... t support the elephant back trek safaris either (Thailand and Vietnam in particular). Those unfortunate animals are captured, separated from the herd, tortured until they have no choice but to 'work' carrying tourists on their back all day. Opt for hiking/biking/cultural events. There are plenty of other fun options.
... more land. At one point he owned 191,000 acres between present-day Sacramento and Redding.
Sutter’s Fort was popular with emigrants, and he provided shelter and supplies to many, including survivors of the Donner Party who were rescued and brought here. (The tragic story of those lost is made more touching by the display of the doll that once belonged to Patty Reed. Patty was told to leave the doll behind to ...