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... wood and it gives the town a real old feeling. The shops were mostly souvenir shops, candy shops and restaurants. We had a good meal here at night at an Asian restaurant on the water that was pretty nice. There was supposed to be a big Mardi Gras party here at night, but it just wasn't happening. Mardi Gras is for younger partiers, not for politicians. The busiest place in Old Town at night was the Irish Pub, but that is typical anywhere in ...
... crime, the bad guy is taken into the wilderness. First he is blinded. Then one of his lungs is punctured and one leg is broken. And he is left there, When asked what happened if the wounded man managed to return to the group, Josh said that would be an impossibility.
There was always a head woman of each group who regulated womans work. Girls were taught that there was womans business and mens buisness and neither must ...
... Flight UA1576T
SMF, Sacramento 6:05 AM
IAH, Houston, TX - 11:43 AM
IAH, Houston, TX - 12:49 PM
BJX, Leon, Mexico - 3:06 PM
But we had to change our flights. Why? We overslept. The wakeup time on our Smartphone was setup for 3:00 AM Wednesday and our flight was scheduled for Thursday. We woke up at 5:00 AM and this was the time to check-in at the airport. However, we put hastily our suitcases in our rented car, drove to ...
... because it was slick and painful on our knees. Unfortunately the return to the car meant it was time to drive to Sacramento.
The road was long and boring but we were able to see a sunset along the way. We stopped for some dinner, washed our Prius, and checked in to a crummy Super 8 near the airport. It was cheap and close and it was nice to finally lie down. Not the best end to our trip, but after that hike it didn't matter much. A bittersweet end to an amazing ...
Mario Cano, a Guide with the California Department of Parks working at the State Capitol Museum, is a master storyteller, weaving personal anecdotes with straight-out facts about the construction of the capitol, or how a bill becomes a law. I joined his tour, along with eager kids and parents, a few grandparents too. Mario coalesced us as a group by asking where we’re from, and why we ...