Hampton Inn & Suites Woodland

Address: 2060 Freeway Drive, Woodland, California, 95776, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2060 Freeway Drive, Woodland, is near Heidrick AG History Center, Woodland Opera House Theatre, Yolo County Historical Museum, and Little Blue Peak.
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      Getting Ready

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 12, 2014

      8 comments, 3 photos

      ... conventions with thousands of people applying to attend. Consequently, applicants must wait a few months before finding out if they've been selected. And so we waited. Finally, in mid- November we got the news: Harare, Zimbabwe! Derek and I were elated. But after our initial excitement subsided, we started to feel a bit nervous. Africa! A place so far and remote not only physically from the US, but also culturally, economically, politically... you name ...

      Indoor kids

      A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Jul 12, 2014

      26 photos

      ... of us was ready to eat a proper meal, so we spent a couple of hours watching a brilliant TV show: 'Naked and Afraid' about people who volunteer (always one man and one woman who have never met each other) to be dropped off in a jungle somewhere tropical and dangerous, and live there for three weeks with no clothes or shoes. Or anything pretty much. They are allowed one item each from home. Queue ...

      Day 54

      A travel blog entry by twowombats on Feb 16, 2012

      6 photos

      ... him. This time, he lost more than his toes. lt appears his body was not found, so presumed dead by drowning. The poor bugger. Later, a very smart lady, (whose name is on a photograph), finally petitioned the authorities to buy some land. She purchased two hundred acres that included the Emerald Bay waterfront and the above mentioned island. She had a rock tea-house erected atop the small island with all of the required building rock rowed from the main shore to the island and ...

      Day 2 Complete: Say "Uncle"? We did.

      A travel blog entry by cycle4celemusa on Jan 28, 2011

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... a rearview mirror.
      2. Bail out into a mix of concrete and thorny shrubbery.
      Luckily, Katy had a guardian angel (disquised as a large truck blasting Tejano music) block passing traffic for a bit of the road.

      Prior to that, we had to make a ************* at the Oakville grade, about 30 miles into our ride that day. Originally, we had thought we had two route options to get through Napa Valley and ...

      Of all the gin joints in the world...

      A travel blog entry by kalischild on Mar 10, 2010

      Sacramento is hell, and being here only underscores the absurdity, as my travel route lurches drunkenly from one extreme to the other; from the jungles of the Yucatan to the mundanity of Sacramento, from the chilling winter mists of Seattle to the endless summer of Indonesian beaches.

      All in all, this trip is already schizoid.

      And speaking of hidden personalities, Sacramento has one of it's own, and while I had a moment, ...