Hampton Inn & Suites Sacramento-Cal Expo
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the pictures will begin from there. We will be visiting sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The highlight of this trip will be the Formula 1 race weekend in Austin, Texas the last weekend of October. ...
... After some “homework” it was time to catch up on some sleep.
We had hoped to wake up and use the splendid facilities offered by our airport hotel but due to train-lag from the day before, the only one we managed before heading off to collect the hire car was brekkie. Well when waffles are on the menu there’s no stopping the Wombles - they like their waffles! So after filling the bellies with far too many waffles to mention, we picked up the ...
... It doesn’t matter if we get a fancy title, if we buy X car versus Y car, don’t get a promotion, or leave a legacy in this world. It doesn’t matter. Our lives are a statistical hiccup in time. We are so insignificant we don’t have to worry about being or becoming significant. There’s simply no way we could be. Our country is a few hundred years old. Jesus lived 2000 years ago. Modern human history goes back ...
... in my case, when I have been in States during last three years maybe like 15 times, crossing the borders either with our minivan or through the airport during the flights to / from the South / central America, etc. Anyway the immigration officer did not ask anything this time, just stamped my passport and issued new visa waiver for 3 months.
I traveled to Portland, Oregon by Boltbus. It rained a lot all the way down. My bus arrived to Portland at 9.30 PM, it was ...
... produce four wines and a port. And the tastings were free! We enjoyed visiting with the Portuguese man running the place. We may even order a few bottles of port when it becomes available. Our final winery stop was Chateau St. Jean where we sat on the patio looking over the vineyards while sipping wine. Another day in paradise.
We then drove south to Sonoma, a lovely ...