TownePlace Suites by Marriott Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the next. Headed down to Santa Cruz to have lunch with a coworker who I had worked with back in Boise. Then stopped in San Jose cause I just had to cross seeing the Winchester Mystery House off my bucket list. It has been on my list of places to see for as long as I can remember...finally went...HUGE letdown!! So now lets get to the actual working and my job in Roseville. This was a different kind of situation. I got the job as a last minute thing and didn't ...
... for a few hours, it was nice to see them and get caught up on the past year. I had spent a long weekend with them last year and they continue to do well. Wade is working with a metal fabrication company now and seems to enjoy the new job.
Leaving Citrus Heights, we drove the 12 miles to Folsom to spend the night with our friends, John and Earlynn. We had a great time visiting with them and getting caught up ...
This is Jacob's first trip overseas and my first trip without being part of an organized tour, which means a LOT more work went into this trip than I have ever done before. We booked each individual hotel and each train/plane/tour using only the internet. It's exciting that we will only be doing things we want to do, at our pace, based on our interests. It took a LOT of time and Jacob did a whole lot ...
... the West Bank. (2) Can't rent a car on the Sabbath (3) Can't drop the car in Eilat between Friday afternoon - Monday morning (after the tour has already left). Don't drive in Jordan. Take a tour (but many of the tour companies on the internet get nasty reviews). Find a hotel in Eilat (its the weekend - - they're booked). And on and on. And don't forget the 10-hr time difference. Everything takes two ...
... then led us to the second floor to show his favorite view – straight out towards capitol mall. He took us back in time, imagine this, picture that. The 400-pound wooden doors, the earthquake damage, the intricacy and intensiveness of the repairs. We followed every word.
How does an artist sign his work when told he can’t? Why does Governor Brown’s portrait look so ...