Hampton Inn & Suites West Sacramento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the night at Brooke’s and have a girls’ night doing our nails, making jewelry and my favorite sitting around talking, but Iris was having a rough day so she went to bed early and they came over to hang out with us in the camper instead. After our dog Murdock peed on her foot, a little something he does from time to time now when he gets nervous, we ended up having a great night with all of us hanging out together and ...
... and sheep with gently rolling hills and small farmsteads that dot the landscape.
Our first scheduled stop was at the Jellybelly headquarters in Fairfield, CA. Bertha, our GPS, skillfully guided us through the city of Fairfield and into the large parking lot. We saw busses, cars, signs and buildings with the "Jellybelly" corporate logo. I'll be honest, while I've heard of Jelly Beans, I was not familiar with Jellybelly. Evidently that is the corporate name for ...
... gents in then lounge car for coffee, drinks and conversation, feeling MUCH better. Now I am staying the night at a residence that I may not or may not continue at. We shall see. I want to explore other hostel options more centrally located. Anyway, I am excited to see what this more relaxed city has to offer and I will update with pics later. Best! M T-Mobile. America’s First Nationwide 4G ...
... incl. taxes and fees. The next step was to get a China Entry visa. There are two ways to get your visa. Visit a nearby consulate or ask an online service. In addition to the consular visa fees in the amount of $140 for US citizens, shipping and handling fees between $42 and $85 will be added for the online service.
It was very easy to request online a Tourist Visa (L Visa) through ...
... interesting state capitol buildings to tour.
Downtown Sacramento is reasonably pleasant to walk around although not very big for a metropolitan area of its size of around two million people. There are some pleasant squares and nice buildings, a few pedestrian zones, and a pretty good selection of restaurants. For me the most unpleasant aspect was some of the most aggressive panhandlers I’ve encountered anywhere, not just impoverished looking people ...