First Value Rancho Cordova
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... and it was dry and silent. The guards let me go all the way up to the entrance, which was normally only allowed if you were visiting an inmate. It helped I was English. It was still a little scary though. There are 3200 inmates in there today.
I went to the Folsom Prison Museum which was a cute little house, no where near as big as I thought it might be, and stuck somewhere between 1930 and 1980. I ...
... I stayed in a hotel in Oakland. We stayed somewhere with a hot tub and heated pool, so obviously I was really happy and relaxed. Today I dropped Taryn off at the airport for her flight and then headed to Sacramento. Now I'm with my friend Eric who just flew out here this morning and we're staying with his aunt. Tomorrow we start our trek to Seattle! ...
... 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 ...
... city's Chinatown and visit the City Lights bookshop, one of the most famous bookshops in the world.
City Lights was a little disappointing, although it is famous mostly for printing banned books, and not necessarily for the shop itself. Coit Tower was pretty good, although the lift ride up and down was quite claustrophobic as they crammed 13 people into a lift which did not seem built for that many people. The Chinese guy operating it held the door closed ...
... said the sign, and I was seated right away. “It’s my birthday,” I revealed, “I’m going for a lunch treat after this, tell me someplace good to eat.”
“Do you like pho?” she asked.
I wondered at the Asian population here, a Google check shows this:
Sacramento, US 2010 Census