The Sterling Hotel Sacramento
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We are leaving tomorrow(Thursday) morning. This is a driving trip. We are taking the Infiniti because its much more comfortable on a 4500 mile trip. We are driving to Sedona, Az. for the second night of the ...
... Luckily, we were only 5 minutes out from the hotel. They were safely retrieved and the incident has left some mental scars on the culprit.
Under the tour rules, he will not be named. But if you look closely at the photos posted from our days in Sacramento, you may see him, he will be the one wearing a very pink hat!
Our fantastic bus driver, Yvonne, got us to Sacramento in good time. The boys had 2 hours to explore Sacramento and most made the 3 minute walk ...
... grind on each other, while much male attention was being directed to two guys in tight underwear that wear dancing on wooden podiums on the dance floor. They had one dollar bills sticking out of their undies, and one had a little something else stuffed in his as well. I was enjoying myself already, the guys were a little sceptical, but the evening progressed in an adventurous fashion. WE walked out the back to a courtyard just in time to watch our ...
... sharing the untold stories, and putting into practice the innumerable new skills we've acquired along the way. It's time to rejoice in the success of what was unknown, to reflect and learn even more, and to continue living life with the same passion we learned to express on our South American Adventure.
Countries Visited: Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador
Duration of Trip: 8 ...
... much snow.
I had a full day in Sacramento yesterday and will board the train this morning. I stayed at the Vagabond Inn - fitting. It is right across from the Amtrak station which was really convenient. There is a California Train Museum here that is very interesting. They show how they carved a path through the mountains when they first built the railroad out here - over the Sierra Nevadas, through the famous Donner Pass. I'll be going ...