Residence Inn Sacramento Rancho Cordova
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but our suitcases are ready for the airport, whether we are or not.
We'll catch an early flight from Sacramento aboard a tiny plane to Los Angeles (a small American Eagle "commuter" jet). From there, we'll fly to Miami and an airport hotel. We're not escaping the cold any longer. It was unseasonably warm today as our drought continues and worsens. Miami will be more humid, but it won't be warmer.
In keeping with ...
... prison at our own pace listening to the speakers. It was interesting learning about the famous prison outbreak where three criminals escaped and were never accounted for. It was very creepy seeing the shower area and jail cells knowing that criminals used to use them. After our activities in the city, we drove Aimee to the Oakland airport and ...
... The inside of this cathedral felt like an inner sanctum and very sacred.
- Getting to explore the beaches and the awesome huge rocks and caves on the beaches, with no one around most of the time. The beaches I went to were so beautiful, even though it was freezing. But I loved seeing the huge rocks in different textures, shapes on the beach. I loved the different colors of the sand. Exploring the beaches was a big highlight.
- Seeing the ...
... toys, including Optimus Prime who helped me look a gurning cretin (see pic). Sun-Maid the Californian raisin company was cele brating 100 years in business and so were giving out a free pack of raisins to visitors (14, thanks) as well as a free meal containing the product. We finished the day with the disconcerting sight of 12 and 13 year olds boxing in proper bouts, some motorbikes doing flips and a quick tour of old school American classic cars ...
... oak trees; well, you get the idea. All these trees make up what is called an "urban forest," and technologically that’s a good thing because it makes the air better. Emotionally, trees just make us happier. Who can resist them?
I wondered why so many different kinds of trees grow so well here; turns out this is a “world hotspot” of biodiversity. Sacramento winters are cool enough to support trees that need ...