Hampton Inn & Suites Woodland
Travel Blogs from Woodland
... Tahoe. We do a quick drive around the town and find parking under one of the casinos. We walk around the small town which has the state line running down one of its streets. Nevada on one side of the street and California on the other. I am surprised that they haven't made more of it. There is just two small street signs. Morning tea is on the list so we venture into a casino and find Tracy's favorite coffee haunt. There is a floor to ceiling fountain that is two storeys high ...
... drum roll.......... PORTLAND, OREGON! We have a water shedding project where we will be working in the water, using all of the necessary gear, to do work. I haven't really looked it up yet, but from what my team leader has told us, this will be some really cool work.
I have promised certain family members (sorry grandpa) that I would put up pictures, but I have yet to receive my card reader and my photo guys on my ...
... though, bummer, we'll be back! ( For those who didnt know, like ourselves, Sacramento is the capitol of California).
Its been a nice pitstop for us both and we quite enjoyed Sacramento, it was now been added to our list of cities to live in. We hope everyone is happy and well and enjoying life as much as us.
Lots of Love and Peace, the clean and well fed, Bek and Jesse Train.
... the same way as the original. The scoops are ridiculously huge. We got one Sunday for the 4 of us to split, and we all still ate way too much. But man, was it good! After lunch, we went to wander around the amusement area-small rides and such for kids. This is all located on the old Nut Tree location (if that means anything to anybody). I remember coming here as a kid. It was much smaller, but it was fun. Now redone and much larger, ...
... his property Wolf Creek Ranch; he had 3 horses along with all of the corrals and an authentic cattle guard. He also had 3 dogs that were the king and queens of the house to complete the mix. The entire area along the country highway consisted of cattle/horse ranches and all of the alfalfa fields needed to keep them fed. Each small town had their own rodeo arenas which was a popular pass time during the warmer months. I ended up staying with Chas a total of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services