Holiday Inn Express Elk Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... for this trip has been surprisingly painless, I've smashed what I imagine to be a year's worth of clothing into two big suitcases and called it a day. (And by smashed, I literally mean sat down on my suitcase in order to zip it). I thought about trying to bring all the American goodies that I would miss with me, pop tarts and tortillas at the top of the list. But figured, ehh they'll be there when I get back. I'd rather focus on all the new things I will be trying than the ...
... bad will happen to us while we’re on the trip or we’ll forget to bring something important. Could we still enjoy our trip if we get sick? Would we get robbed or have our stuffs stolen? One of my co-workers was warning me about pickpockets and suspicious strangers, and how to be alert at all times and to spot for potential muggers. Well, with all the interesting ...
... Kit's parents, we stopped by SF Market for some Pu-erh tea bags and sour plums/olives for the trip. We usually prepare our Pu-erh tea with loosen tea leafs from tea cakes, but for the convenience of the trip, we wanted to bring tea bags instead. To our surprise, there was just one selection available at SF Market which we found quite disappointing. Perhaps we can find more selections ...
... for way much less. We've also bought a netbook, a kindle, two wheeled backpacks, a travel handbag, fast-drying underwear, silk thermals, a pair of Merrell walking shoes, a pair of walkie-talkies, new memory cards/USBs, paper detergents, etc... The shopping was kind of fun (yet time consuming), I'm just afraid to look at our credit card statements now.
Today was quite productive: we attended fellowship and had Bible study, went to ...
... left, our third day was supposed to be our easiest. However, it was also our last day. With fatigued muscles, each mile (flat or rolling) felt a little like riding up the Empire State Building. Still, we pressed on.
In the mid-afternoon, the sun broke through the fog. Passing the Marin French Cheese Factory and Nicasio Reservoir, it was hard not to be struck by how beautiful the landscape was around us. ...