Inn off Capitol Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Vineet and I had packed up all our things by 7 AM and were just about to hit the road. We had to stop off and pick up some supplies first so obviously we went to Costco. We bought 3 dozen of their giant muffins, a quart of milk, sandwich meat, granola bars, and 4 dozen water bottles and bread as well. The total came up to about 100 bucks but on the bright side, we would never have to stop for breakfast again.
We drove for about 3 hours and when we got to Redding ...
Dear Friends and Family,
It's been about six months since our last blog post and about eight months since we've come back from our trip. I recently came across some notes that I took on our trip, which I thought I would share with you.
India versus the US
... and friends on the East Coast.
I am finally back in California, still unpacking and exploring my new city. I've decided with all of the long distance that I wanted to settle down a bit. My biggest hope for the New Year is for peace and a stillness, to not feel rushed. For once, I will not be accepting any long term contracts and I have high hopes of finding a job in my new area, maybe even one related to my Wildlife degree. ...
... is infested with the cutest squirrels. It seems to be a cliché that old people sit and watch ducks. People of all ages in Sacramento sit and watch squirrels. Much more entertaining. Took many photos outside the Capitol, trying to remember exactly which angle it had been positioned when filmed in scenes of The Mentalist, so I could then stand in that spot and convene with the great Patrick Jane. I don’t think I succeeded at all, but you ...
... was the rap battle; a parking lot off to one side, a tattooed and pierced youth dancing over the bonnet of a truck while another rapped into a microphone. Loud and American, just perfect-if generally adding to my sense of dislocation. A quick hit of culture, though, then I was into my grand hotel/hostel. It used to have a reputation, as the Cecil Hotel, though I only know that because it is alluded to in reviews of the 'check out this name and you'll know what I mean!' ...