Hampton Inn Sacramento Rancho Cordova
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Traveled in the pouring rain to Sausilito in attempt to avoid Giants World Series victory parade. Had coffee in sausilito. And drove on to napa. Stopped at small winery arranged by Shores. Arrived at Meadowood. 530pm dinner at French Laundry. ...
Decided to drive a short distance to tour the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield. Shortly after leaving I discovered that my wallet was still in the trailer so back we went. As we approached Fairfield I saw a soccer store and decided to check it out. Jaden found both the cleats and ball he had long been looking for and Emma some new shin guards. On arrival at the factory we see enormous crowds of people and learn that the wait for tours will be 1 hr. So ...
... of the world. Their awesome lifestyle is a mixture of winter and summer jobs and hobbies, often overlapping. They really utilise these world class mountains, rivers, and lakes for kayaking, rafting, climbing, stand up paddle boarding, wind surfing, waterskiing, skiing and snow boarding. They ARE 'Livin' the American Dream'.
The following morning, our day of departure, Nicko gave us directions for the most scenic route from his house on the lake to Yosemite National Park. ...
... a moment of accomplishment for me that I will never forget.
What was interesting though, was immediately after we returned to the hotel after the ceremony and dinner, I realized that it was already far behind in the distance, and what was fast approaching in the headlights was my trip to Washington D.C. I had gotten accepted into a program through UC Davis called UCDC, where each UC school selects their choice of applicants into a program that provides ...
... in 1872
2. Italian Stone Pine – 22 were planted in 1872, only one remains
3. Southern Magnolia – the Southern magnolia has prospered in the park
4. Bunya Bunya – native to Australia, this tree was planted in 1887
5. California Fan Palm – native to California, planted in 1882
6. Cockspur Coral Tree – when blooming, it looks like a brilliant red bird
7. Cork Oak ...