Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Sacramento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mike plans to play "the game" which is an opportunity to play a mini golf tournament with the pros on Wednesday and Saturday. I also planned a cooking demonstration on Saturday. Super excited!
Yesterday, we had a nice lunch at the clubhouse with Dad and Jan. Then, Mike and I wanted to go for a swim. It was funny because we both skipped out to the car singing, ...
... out of it if we make off with their vehicle. This was not what I
wanted to hear at 8:30am on a Monday morning, having already forked out $300 for a car it seemed we now couldn’t rent. The budget guy wasn’t too helpful either. He would swipe our cards, make a face, say “Nope, can’t use that” and then look at us expectantly. I look like a travelling hippie, hair dishevelled, clothes smelly, but sure, ...
... of the hot water to the lake that our room overlooked. Everything was incredible! I never knew having no electricity could be so great. I will forever miss that place, and the kitten! I will also never forget the chameleon I got to hold."
Patrick: "This was the most incredible experience, and my first time traveling outside of the country.
The entire Ndali lodge had the most incredible atmosphere, view, food ...
... 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 ...
... to the joining of the Central Pacific Railroad, which ran from Sacramento to this point in Northern Utah, and the Union Pacific which covered the area from the headwaters of the Missouri to Northern Utah. The railroad was sanctioned and funded in 1863, but due to the war, money was not readily available until after the war was over. On May 10, 1869 at the Promontory Summit two locomotives, the Central Pacific’s Jupiter and the Union ...