BEST WESTERN Yuba City Inn
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... that there was not a problem with thieves (in Marseilles?). You'd think I would have learned my lesson in Paris. But 33 euros? That's real money, sort of. I took everything from my pockets either zipping stuff in by back pack or into my money belt and headed for the metro, only 100 meters from the hotel. It was a great ride. The station was clean, and while busy, not too crowded. Surprisingly at 0830 the were lots of empty seats on the ...
Sunny & clear: 17-38c Sorted out gear and started packing for Africa! We fly out tomorrow morning, so it's finally about to happen!! Long flight with three connections (ugh!!) and we don't get there until 7pm the following day (Friday) but there is a 7 or 8 hour difference. Spent the afternoon at the Clubhouse pool, lovely hot day .... had ...
Sunny & clear: 14-34c
MJ driove me down to Rocklin/Roseville stores after lunch to try to find some camera accessories and other stuff I needed for Africa trip. Managed to get another SD memory card at a good price but couldn't find everything I wanted. We stopped at a cafe for ...
... us not to take photos, not sure why because everyone has the same gear and everyone in the industry knows that. Highlights: * Seeing a 600 acre Organic Prune farm; * Seeing a prune drying facility capable of drying 15,000 dried tons in 4 weeks. * Seeing that the variety Sutter is alive & well. * Fitting all of us & luggage into the van. * Cool hand Luke's steakhouse Weather was hazy and very warm about 33 C Cheers ...
... giggling and fussing. At midnight and again at roughly 3 in the morning, we were rudely and inconsiderately woken by customs officials. Our door was slammed open, the lights were flicked on and the customs official shouts "PASSPORTS!!!!!!!" we obligingly hand then over and he flicks through them and as loudly as possibly, he stamps them. Then he slams the door closed after flicking of the single glaring bulb in our ceiling and storms down to the next compartment, next comes ...