TownePlace Suites Sacramento Cal Expo
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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. ...
... Sacramento, the historic part of town that looks like an old western movie set, with high wooden buildings and wooden boardwalk.
Arriving at Jesuit High, we were all blown away by the school's look. It has some very impressive buildings set in some equally impressive grounds. We were able to look around the School grounds and buildings. We were all amazed, again, when we saw the size of their gym and changing rooms and we were completely mind blown. It is obvious ...
... in an Ice Bucket Challenge while in full drag, shortly followed by several of the dancing boys (now unstuffed). After the icing we made friends with some hilarious boys called Zac and Jesse. They were good friends who may also have been lovers, or at least had been at one point in time, as I got the run down from Zac at how good and/or fussy Jesse was in the sack. Sharing is caring. Jesse and I got along super well: we chatted and scoped out some ...
... Spent: ~ $6,000.00
Miles Traveled: Over 18,000
Photos Taken: 2,939
Wonders of the World Visited: Torres del Paine & Machu Picchu
Biggest Daily Budget: $36.00 (Peru)
Smallest Daily Budget: $12.50 (Ecuador)
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... 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 ...