Hampton Inn & Suites Sacramento Airport Natomas
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... Mike plans to play "the game" which is an opportunity to play a mini golf tournament with the pros on Wednesday and Saturday. I also planned a cooking demonstration on Saturday. Super excited!
Yesterday, we had a nice lunch at the clubhouse with Dad and Jan. Then, Mike and I wanted to go for a swim. It was funny because we both skipped out to the car singing, ...
... one a museum rather than a hostel, but it was closed. So then we followed our stomachs, or more appropriately, Seb’s stomach, to a nearby Mediterranean place. After that we went back to the hostel and literally did nothing but chill all evening and afternoon. They have a great TV room downstairs with an armchair that almost swallows me whole. We watched Spiderman, I wrote things and doodled around, then we made friends with a woman and ...
Our favorite memories from the trip.
Larry: "The spontaneous cultural exchange when Jenni took over the espresso machine in Rwanda and taught the staff how to make a proper espresso ... and the look of terror on Jessi's face, caught by my camera, during that crazy first gorilla trek in Uganda. That was such a crazy hike...and you pushed through it. I was so proud of all of us! Two memories of a few thousand...that I will ...
... and wild grasses. But it’s what is underneath this ground that has made it a national park. Millions of fish and other types of fossils have been found and are still there in the 200-300 foot thick formation that makes up the buttes. It is a really cool place to explore for a few hours, but unless you are really into fossils, it won’t take much more time than that.
We then continued on to Ogden and stopped at Hill AFB ...
... the valley from Russian River into Sonoma wine country. As it was getting close to lunchtime, we decided to take pot luck and stop at one of the wineries for a look round and possible tasting. We chanced on the VML winery which proved to be a good choice as they were friendly, hospitable and more than happy to provide tastings of some of their wines. We spent a happy hour slurping our way through various vintages and then took advantage of their ...