Americas Best Value Inn Old Sacramento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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There are 4 hotels near this hotel, but this one is closest to freeway, so it is the noisiest. Had to turn on fan to blend out the noise.
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We arrived at the airport late at night and jumped in the taxi. I asked the man "what is there to do in Sacramento?" He said "Well Old Sac......" (I thought he was calling me old sac) but then he continued and said "not much, just a bunch of politicians." Old Sac is what the locals say for Old Sacramento. We stayed the night in a hotel that seemed …
... December 29, 2014
Back from San Rafael, CA
Celebrating New Year with our friends Larry and Judy
... have never driven on a highway in Australia. The road was smooth, just windy enough to be interesting, and surrounded either by farmland or the gorgeous Oregon woodland scenes that I had become accustomed to. Big Foot was definitely peering at me from the roadside.
Seb had lost his license in LA, in a story that can be repeated in person. As a result, the recovering cripple was the driver for our 7-8 hour journey. And ...
... liked the place-no real communal areas, but small rooms, so just a two bed dorm for me, with Korean Jeremy who was young and curious about life. After we'd both escaped for food-I wondered where I could go, but there was a wrap and rice place right next door and I was empty enough to even take the free iced tea and enjoy it-we stayed up and talked in broken English about philosophy, life and philosophies of life.
Reading: Michael Farquhar, A Treasury of ...
... impressed, so we drove on over toTeton Village, or more commonly known as the Jackson Resort, where they were busy advertising a ski lift ride up to the top of a hill – it is said that you can see forever – well, that probably is correct if the air is cleared of all the smoke we were encountering, so we passed on that trip and just wandered around the ski resort. Wow! It was pretty, but you have to be rich to stay at a place like this. ...