Days Inn Sacramento Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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... that had blown in during the night.
We packed up, grabbed our lunches, and high-tailed it out of Barstow for good. So long, Route 66!
The next six hours were spent driving through what can only be described as the "land where all the stuff in Whole Foods comes from." Truly, the middle of California, pushed up against the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but inland from the Pacific, is one of the largest agricultural ...
Short flight from Sacramento to Portland to connect with next leg of journey.. 8:50am Sacramento airport .... so here we go, taking off now .... Left Rocklin 6:45am, R drove us to Sacramento airport (45 mins). Another gorgeous day & very modern new space age airport. We're now on ...
... his bmx loop and i was fortunate enough to watch him eat **** trying it about 15 times.
My host was a massive stoner too so we hit the choof pretty hard and I finally got my California medicinal marijuana recommendation! It was just absurdly easy I just talked out my ass and said I have intense panic attacks all the time. Going into a Mary Jane dispensary here is like entering a little paradise it is the most legit setup I have ever seen in my life! you just talk to ...
... Path, enjoying the beautiful scenery of flowers in full bloom in the glorious sunshine before entering Old Sacramento. This is a unique side of town, a national historic landmark district keeping the past alive. We took a stroll along the historic streets, walked past the horse and carriages. The only thing missing were the outfits! We sat outside enjoying beverages while watching the world go by. we then headed to Denny's for our value dinner keeping tip to a minimum without causing ...
... tracks. In those days, when there wasn't direct deposit, mail often included money in various forms. It was a very responsible job and the railway mail clerks were required to have a gun in their personal carry-on case.
I remember the many hours dad practiced sorting 2x3 cards on which were printed the names of all the towns to which he delivered mail. Each year his skills were re-examined for proficiency. Because ...