La Quinta Inn & Suites Rancho Cordova Sacramento
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... we had been thoroughly schooled in the geography, politics, & culture of Zimbabwe, (and now you are too), we began planning our trip nine months out. The convention was scheduled for August 22-24, 2014. First we selected a hotel from the list provided by the Watchtower Society - the Crowne Plaza Hotel. We considered hotel amenities, distance from the convention site, guest reviews, but ultimately our love for birding became the deciding ...
... from work. How could you?!! We keep beating our heads against the wall with frustration, disappointment and sadness that our jobs aren’t filling whatever emotional hole they’re supposed to. We keep getting disappointed when our jobs don’t satisfy every emotional need but never look at how ridiculous the idea is in the first place. We either feel sorry for ourselves or fantasize about how life would be so much ...
... the Gold Rush. Marshall was there building a timber mill in partnership with John Sutter (founder of Sacramento), however, by 1850 Sutter had sold his share and the area was abandoned by Marshall and he went to winemaking and working a quartz mine. He is buried on this property where they erected a monument. The state bought the property in 1942 and includes most of the town of Coloma. The property was undergoing renovations but includes many original buildings including ...
... is famous. The pine, cedar, oak and giant sequoias trees tower through the park making for photo opportunities on every corner.
The Hawkins family and their friends have given us a once in a lifetime experience to live and breath like an American. We have learnt and understood more about the culture and their beliefs than we could have possibly imagined. Views, beliefs, right and wrong, acceptable or not will always divide any nation from either side of the political ...
... carriges abound. One shop has old-old steam engines, fully restored. Located on the shores of the Sacramento River, historic paddle wheelers have been converted to restaurants, trinket shops, etc - one of them provides river tours.
We toured the Wells Fargo museum and were surprized to learn that the Pony Express era lasted only 19 months (1860-61) and was operational only ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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