Sacramento Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the pictures will begin from there. We will be visiting sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The highlight of this trip will be the Formula 1 race weekend in Austin, Texas the last weekend of October. ...
... bonding. Liam was on third base with a child from the other team practising a fielding drill. I felt thankful that I could give him this opportunity. The teams were ready for the game, the anthems were sung and today a local councilman threw the opening pitch for the kids. Mets batted at the bottom of the innings and it was nail biting the whole game. It remained pretty much tied. The games weren't ...
Today sister, Diane and John invited us to go boating on the Sacramento River. Friends Mark and Kathy were great hosts. Mark is a professional wave board/barefoot skier . The guys did some skiing behind the boat. With temps around 100 we all (except Diane & Gerry ) took a few dips in the water off the boat along the way. Nice run down the river to Sacramento and a stop at CrawDaddy 's for lunch. Fun day in the ...
The capital city of California is resilient without a doubt. It's history includes devastating fires and long lasting floods. I guess that's what happens when you build a city at 25 feet above sea level and at the confluence of two major rivers. Their historical floods promoted ingenuity at its finest as they raised the entire city by 15 feet leaving a warren of underground passageways and tunnels. ...
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We were not disappointed. Although we arrived late in the afternoon with limited time to see the exhibit before closing, we had the mail car, the exhibit host and the time almost entirely to ourselves. It was late when we left and we didn’t have time to see Old Sacramento, a very enticing tourist place which surrounds the Railroad Museum. But, it didn't matter. In some ways it was good ...