Sacramento Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... smoothest days on the road are the most uneventful. We didn't have any traffic issues, we didn't get in a fight over directions or driving habits, we didn't have any rain (or hail! WTF, ARIZONA!?), and we didn't have any restaurant issues that lead us to starve in the desert. It was smooth driving until sunny Sacramento, California.
Dinner was at Hook and Ladder Manufacturing, a wonderful restaurant trying its hardest to be ...
- Teach. Be of service.
- Live a life that helps other people grow.
- Love as much as possible.
- Be present as much as possible.
- Be as generous and kind as possible.
- Always be curious.
- Don’t sweat the small stuff.
... 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!' ...
... were something we had never encountered. We did manage to find a nice Indian Store and bought ourselves a beautiful Zuni vase for an anniversary present. We then headed back down the Moose Wilson road, which turned into gravel (the kind we love to explore) and it went passed the moose hangout – (actually a moose sanctuary), but unfortunately there was nobody home. However, on our way back to the RV we did see a zillion cars and a ton ...