Larkspur Landing Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We began the day with a typical hotel breakfast (wait...is that a pancake MACHINE!?!? America, you've done it again!). We didn't want to get lost in the Mojave desert and die of starvation, dehydration, or buzzard attack, so we decided to take a swim in the pool instead. To all of the hotel owners reading this blog, a pool in the desert without a filter is not a smart idea. But it felt refreshing, in spite of the dust and pieces of ...
... away to Yosemite for a couple days and do some hiking with a buddy of mine. We had so much fun exploring and the scenery was phenomenal!! Oh so I had mentioned that I wanted to do a crazy something in each city...so in Roseville, my big crazy thing that I did was a 5 day juice cleanse through a local company, Pressed Juicery, then going directly into a month long journey of eating a strict Paleo diet. I'm only on day 3 of my Paleo diet, but I already feel a million ...
... see some friends and chill out at the beach before we fly out to Shanghai. We're staying in Redondo which is less busy than Santa Monica or Malibu.
The positive side of all of this is the lightness you feel as all the clutter clears - soon we will be free of most of our stuff and free to enjoy the adventure to come! yippee!
... Dave Klingensmith, told him about the Journey across the USA, the 50 Capital Cities quest. “Come out and see my Scion,” I said. He did; we got a lot of pictures, with his camera and with mine. “I’m putting this on Facebook,” he said. “This is quite a feat.” Dave Lundgaard was there too, he’s the Internet Fleet Manager at Maita. He grabbed a Toyota magazine for me, told me ...
... up heading there alone because Avery wasn't so keen about getting out to check it out. Angie ended up talking with the docent there in the entrance booth for quite a while and learned a wealth of information about the place.
Here's an except from the California State Park page for Sutter's Fort:
In 1839 a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter received a land grant in the Sacramento Valley from ...