Holiday Inn Express - West Sacramento
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So all this week I've been chilling out in Rancho Cordova, just outside of Sacramento California, waiting for my mum to arrive (tomorrow!!). I found a really nice couple to stay with on airbnb, and they are christians as well which has been awesome.
Thursday I went to downtown Sacramento on the light rail. I went to the Yellow 'tower bridge' and took pictures near the Capitol. It was really beautiful, but I ...
... in the pool we headed down. The temperature had cooled down, making it pleasantly warm but not too hot,
The familiar smells and sounds assaulted me as we got out of the car, having worked here when I was 15 it was cool bringing my family here.
We strolled through the stalls, got some dinner and sat listening to the band and watching some jugglers. There is a new park at the end ...
Bryce's first field trip! Mommy and Brycie had a great time at the pumpkin patch, where Bryce played in the corn boxes, jumped on the bounce pad, and ran through the maze. We took a tractor ride to the field, where Bryce selected his first pumpkin. After the field trip, Bryce and I went to Freeport Bar and Grill for lunch, where we dined out on the patio. ...
... Tomorrow breakfast burritos before heading for South Lake Tahoe and Zephyr Cove... Update y'all again soon :) p.s. Forgot to mention that Kezza had a random scary lady read her palm on day 2 in San Fran. Apparently she is going to have a long life (debatable given the wine consumption), is stubborn, keep herself to herself but no push over and has people important in here life with the initials M and J (pretty freaky given her mum and Dad are Mary and ...
... title to his remaining holdings to son John Jr. He and Anna and their other children moved away, the Fort was sold. He lobbied Congress for relief, but never regained his empire. He died in Pennsylvania in 1881, far from Sutter’s Fort, far from gold.
A kind of quirky karma there, I’m thinking as I walk back to my car.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park, 2701 L Street. ...