SpringHill Suites Sacramento Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Traveled in the pouring rain to Sausilito in attempt to avoid Giants World Series victory parade. Had coffee in sausilito. And drove on to napa. Stopped at small winery arranged by Shores. Arrived at Meadowood. 530pm dinner at French Laundry. ...
Worked from downtown Providence and then went to art history lecture on Rembrandt. Late afternoon, Ellen and I went shopping and then did a big walk from Hampton inn to wickendon and back to that street where we had sushi. I returned to Hampton inn and Ellen returned to ...
... absence. This is about as last minute as you can get with a vacation blog since I am writing this when I only have one vacation day left. (It just sounded like fireworks went off right by our hotel which was very intriguing, but they only lasted a minute, not enough time for us to get motivated to jump out of bed and search the skyline for any sight of them). Now that I have nicely digressed for you, let me go back to the beginning, since I ...
My final day in San Francisco started with a trip to one of the plush hotels on Union Square, as we attempted to reach the 33rd floor for a picturesque view of the city, as recommended by Onelica's sister, Veronica. As we weren't guests this involved quietly shuffling past security and making a beeline for the lifts. Unfortunately, the lift would not take us any higher than the 32nd floor, as the roof was closed, so we took in the view from the glass lifts, which ...
... that your capital cities car?” the garage attendant called as I stepped into cooling shadows where I’d parked.
I affirmed it was, asked him what he thought. “I’ve been standing at the back of it, looking at the cities on the map, thinking where I’ve been and where I want to go,” he answered. “A person needs to get out in the world, you know?”