Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Sacramento
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... bringing you a menu that looks like an F-32-19P4 billing requisition form. The food was great, but the company was the best part. My dear Aunt Dena drove in from Sunnyvale and convinced us that yes, we did need peach bread pudding for dessert. She will be my touring partner tomorrow in the California State Capitol Building while Mara archives-it-up.
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Our first check out of the hotel this morning went particularly well. We managed to leave a few minutes ahead of schedule. Then a simple question from one staff member to another was asked, "Have you got your passport?"
"Yes, I emptied the safe last night so I wouldn't forget it."
One mention of the word safe and the first staff member went pale and let out a scream that could have been heard back in NZ. He had left the passports in the room safe. "Turn the bus ...
... and I made the walk there for the second time that day. It seemed much shorter after a few beers. We rocked up at this place only to hear they had a cover charge! It was only $5, but still! The cheek! It also looked quite deserted and potentially gothic: now of us were remotely hardcore to fit in there. This is where Stan left us, to bicycle to the Safeway before it closed. So now the three musketeers walked on in search of entertainment. And we found ...
... are accepting volunteers, and quite frankly we've realized that it's time to take our experience back home, to pause, and to let it all soak in. And to then let it radiate out from ourselves to family, friends, and community as an expression of our joy and gratitude for the experience.
Along the way, we met countless people, all of whom touched us profoundly as unique human beings sharing a common joy for life. And all who capture ...
... today. The story of the Donner Party is about a group of families from Illinois who were traveling to California by wagon train in 1846 before the railroad was built. They got snowed in at the mountain pass when winter weather set in earlier than expected and conditions were so bad that they could not move around at all. They set up camp and were there from October till March and 39 of the 87 people starved to death with some of the ...