Larkspur Landing Folsom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... about the attempted Prison Breaks and looking at all the Johnny Cash memorabilia. It was understandable that so many came just because of the Cash... but there was so many other things to be fascinated by... like what prisoners made: a huge ferris wheel made of toothpicks and a hangmans noose made completely from toilet paper. It made me think, with so much time inside you need to channel creativity somehow.
So today we had a pretty good drive. We started from San Diego, CA (Goodbye Flynn's) and ended up in Sacramento, CA (Hello Aunt Denny!) with a little stop in Irvine, CA to meet Miss Avah.
Our stop in Irivine was short and sweet but a little too short. We were able to meet up with Matt's cousin Jacki and meet her little girl Avah. And OH MY GOODNESS, she is a CUTIE! We only had about 45 min to visit since it was a day of work for ...
... we found. The town was like a old western movie with Salons, Blacksmiths and old railways. It really a really nice town and really interesting. Tonight's show was at Folsom Lake College was a bit of a older venue than we have been in. The show went fine this evening but I did put my foot in it tonight with a audience member. While give out wristbands I spoke to a teenage boy, well what I thought was a boy and then found out from his mum that he was a she! ...
... gold soon saw that riches might be found in doing what they did back home—growing crops. The farmers were right.
Over 95 percent of the 2 million tons of rice grown annually in California now is planted and harvested within 100 miles of Sacramento. California grows the “sticky” rice, short and medium-grain japonica, favored by Asian, Middle Eastern, and ...
Once we cleared the tunnel we saw what all of the fuss was about regarding this event. All of the streets of the 1850's era town were covered in dirt, which was trucked in and dumped on the streets just for this event. There was a lot of traffic up and down the streets in the form of covered wagons, stagecoaches with outriders in formation, lines of mounted and unmounted civil war troops with artillery in tow, single horse riders, etc. There ...