Holiday 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. ...
... turns waiting in line and did a bit of shopping in between. I actually found sugar-free jelly bellies and bought a small pack. Tour was interesting and worth the wait. We finished our day trip with a stop at the Solano Shopping Mall. Aaron bought a new pair of Vans and a skateboard and I got a great deal on a pair of soccer cleats to replace my dinosaurs at home. Emma bought some fall clothing at Hollister. Now it's time to relax before getting dinner ...
... around the edge of Lake Tahoe completed the shoreline circumference, 116km. Only 20 minutes into our 4 hour road trip to Yosemite we stopped for a takeaway coffee at Starbucks. The lady ahead of us made polite conversation and as she left she said she loved our accent and asked where we were heading. Following that, we chatted to June, an artist, for nearly an hour. One of the first things I said to her was how locals stopping for a chat can make our day. We talked about ...
... to live in D.C. for a 10 week program, intern, network, and hopefully land a job. After countless hours applying, painstakingly revising my resumé, and interviewing, I was accepted to the Inter-American Foundation, one of my top choices for which I applied.
So here I am, 2 days into my new adventure, starting a new chapter in my life with a whole new group of people, and still can't believe that I've been fortunate enough to be doing the things that I'm ...
... to the Mediterranean, planted in 1879
8. Montezuma Cypress – national tree of Mexico, planted in 1920
9. Dawn Redwood – the only deciduous redwood, it changes color through the seasons
10. Coast Redwood – state tree, the tallest recorded is 364 feet
11. Giant Sequoia – also the state tree, can have a girth of 79 feet
12. Seville Orange/Washington Navel Orange – ...