Holiday Inn Express - West Sacramento
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... is to start building a life with Mike, but don't fret followers! I'm keen on continuing my cruising, just not so often. I'm also going to be taking mini road trips and adventuring around my own country. I've also been toying with the idea of starting my own travel blog, as in one with my own domain name/website. Still a lot of planning and work to do on THAT, but I hope you all continue to join me on this next exciting chapter of my life! ...
... a lovely shiny lexus which he had borrowed off his Grandma, so I had climate control as we slowly made our way through the traffic. After dropping my stuff off at his Grandma's house we went for food at a place called Dos Coyotes. Out of boredom I had consumed a lot of food on the flight, so I wasn't too hungry. So instead of ordering a big meal I ordered a salad.
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... there are very nice, as well as the couple that owns the place. It has a funky pool/moat around a common area and fun surrounding rooms. The lady tends to take in animals that are injured to rehabilitate, so it's like a little zoo. Dogs, cats, birds and a little Monkey named Magic. Sleep is peaceful, except for the noisy roosters and the occasional thunk of a falling mango, but at least then I know there will be tasty fresh mango for breakfast! ...
Winter sucks! We love where we live and feel like we have one of the best climates in the country. But when a Northern California winter truly starts, we suffer. We turn our electric blanket up to the high numbers, and bemoan our dry skin and the fact that we have to deal with frost on our windshields in the mornings. NOTE: Check out About this blog (above) for the ...