La Quinta Inn Sacramento Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that we could check out Lake Shasta! So we grabbed our fishing rods and went to the edge and began our hunt for dinner. Vineet got a tug on his line so he started reeling and he pulled so hard that he hit himself in the face with the rod! But luckily the fish flew into the air and i was able to catch it. We caught about 4 more and used it for dinner that night.
We drove for about 2 more hours before we reached Ashland Oregon where we stayed at the Glenyan RV Park.
- More freedom – (at least for a white female tourist, it feels like there aren't comparatively as many restrictive social prescriptions)
- More community
- Less boring
- Less controlled
- Life is more interesting and educational
... is to start building a life with Mike, but don't fret followers! I'm keen on continuing my cruising, just not so often. I'm also going to be taking mini road trips and adventuring around my own country. I've also been toying with the idea of starting my own travel blog, as in one with my own domain name/website. Still a lot of planning and work to do on THAT, but I hope you all continue to join me on this next exciting chapter of my life! ...
... Highlight of this was that Seb and I actually got a photo together – hurrah! – and it was taken by a Senator!!!! Well she just had a lanyard name taggy thing that all Capitol people seem to wear, but I like to think she was a senator. She was super friendly and warmly welcomed us to town.
We had a great tour of the Capitol by a sprightly man called Kyle. Found out all sorts of interesting things that I won’t bore ...
... liked the place-no real communal areas, but small rooms, so just a two bed dorm for me, with Korean Jeremy who was young and curious about life. After we'd both escaped for food-I wondered where I could go, but there was a wrap and rice place right next door and I was empty enough to even take the free iced tea and enjoy it-we stayed up and talked in broken English about philosophy, life and philosophies of life.
Reading: Michael Farquhar, A Treasury of ...