Best Western Sandman Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Liam had another day at baseball camp. I drove Michelle and the girls to watch the boys train. Liam said he learnt a few new things about pitching after today's training. We then wandered over to find a Walmart. Just like a big Kmart or Big W really. Tonight we had a BBQ around the pool. Liam swam for hours... I went into the spa when it got cooler. It was ...
... its good to be married to someone with friends. I don't know if that's a better marriage tip, or travel tip: marry someone with international friends. Our hosts, Polly's parents were the most generous people I have met; not only did they give us food, accommodation and transport - they were thanking us for staying with them! It was a bit ridiculous. I enjoyed pool bomb competitions with Polly's brother Matt, primarily because I won them. Alice and ...
... although she was off duty while we were there. I chatted with James about his adventures: the most exotic being his roadtrip across Mongolia, which included the opportunity to shoot an RPG at a live cow and/or old car in the middle of the desert. He is also currently roadtripping across the states, so Seb and I picked his brain about pros and cons, insurance etc, and stored it away for future use.
Dive Bar was cool but lacked dancing! And I ...
... week and three months. Not only did these businesses open themselves up to two traveling strangers, they welcomed us in and gave us the experience of a lifetime. And of course, they broadened our understanding and insights about the industry beyond our expectations. Thanks to a few these exchanges were able to fish, bike, hike, climb, raft, kayak, ride horseback, backpack, and surf from the extreme south of Patagonia all the way up to the Equator. ...
... our desire to learn a little more, ask another question, be interested and involved. As my wise friend said, so long ago, “To make good old people, you have to start them young.”
A PS note: Mario started young. He told us he practically grew up in the capitol; his mother has worked there more than 30 years.
Capitol Kids Page: http://capitolmuseum.ca.gov/kids/kids_h ...