Motel 6 Sacramento West
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... Gate Bridge for The nice view, but it was a bit too foggy to see so well, then a ride over the bridge. A while to look out at the view on the city end of the bridge, and take photos. Back to the hotel, but later we went by bus to Chinatown area, where we had a good walk around before our Chinese banquet, which had lots of food and drinks. Got home quiet ...
... who was cooking out invited us over to grab a plate of food and hang out. It was on our last day there so our fridge was looking pretty empty at the time. We’ve seen and experienced some pretty incredible things on this trip but it’s time spent with family and old friends or when a neighbor who used to just be someone we politely said hi to in passing becomes someone we’re hanging out with that means the most to us.
... that makes Jelly Beans. After entering the facility, we followed the signs near the entryway to the waiting area for the next tour. While waiting, we took a few photos and looked at the myriad of Jellybelly displays including a large number of portraits done with - you guessed it, thousands of jelly beans. It didn't take long for the tour group to assemble including a bus load (or two) of Islamic children and their chaparones (probably some of their mothers). I ...
After a long journey I arrived in Bali a couple days ago. The WiFi at the homestay I'm at is not working well with my phone, so I found an internet cafe to check in with you all. It sure is crazy here! Again, lots of traffic. I am staying at a homestay a little northwest of Denpasar, the big city. It is a little far out of the way, which has it's perks and drawbacks. Nice and quiet and away from all the drunken tourists, but a little pricey ...
David Mensch is a 52-year-old father who visited the capitol today with his 15-year-old son Zach. That may not seem unusual, until you hear the rest of the story. David and Zach's appearance at the West Steps was the culmination of a 300-mile journey from Bakersfield to Sacramento. Three hundred miles in five days, that is, with David in a motorized wheelchair, and Zach riding alongside on his bike.