Fairfield Inn & Suites Rancho Cordova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
The Joaquins are once again preparing to be on the move! This time we are doing a combination "kids' request" and 20th anniversary trip! The kids chose London and Paris--two cities that Jeff and I have spent much time in together and can't wait to introduce to the kids. Jeff and I chose Portugal for our part of the trip. Jeff's of Portugese descent and has always wanted to visit his home away from homeland and I ...
... sun will be going down soon. We come to a part of the trail that takes us pretty close to the water. The sun is shining through the trees, it's beautiful out and everything is perfect...we continue on...Oh hey, look! A port-a-potty! Need to go while you're on the go? No worries! Cronan Ranch has got you covered! During this small portion of the trail, we noticed not one, not two, but 16 port-a-potties. Seriously. SIXTEEN. Around every corner, a small cluster of ...
... noise can be as high as 120 decibels!"
After a weekend of drinking we felt like we had already been run over by a truck so eating at California's In N Out burger joint could only improve things. Right? In N Out prides themselves on only fresh, not frozen produce yet these meals are far from a healthy eat. With a queue out the door, they're mighty popular. Another quirk to this joint is their potato chopper where the potato is manually pushed through blades spitting out ...
Here is my takeaway from Asia travel: DO NOT buy any ivory products. When I traveled around China I saw numerous such shops; a recent Nat Geo investigation revealed 90% of ivory used in China is coming from slaughtered African elephants and then smuggled into the country. Please don't be a part of this Blood Ivory trade. And ...