Red Roof Inn Sacramento - Elk Grove
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... I was feeling stingy and not super hungry, so Stan and I split a mud pie, while James and Seb conquered the pizzas. Despite the lack of dancing Pizaa Rock was a sick place. I even made friends with a waiter called Dimitri who invited us all back to chill with him the next day haha.
The ever efficient Stan Yelped (an American website for all sorts fo places that can be reviewed) a nearby dance place and it pointed us in the direction of ...
Wow it's two weeks away and I'm already packing. Does anyone else feel as excited as me? Probably. Besides the endless amount of travel blogs, vlogs, general (bad) wiki-how packing tips, the millions of "how to survive long haul flights" blog entries, and so much Facebook (so much Facebook). I've actually begun the process of PACKING. One of the most dreaded ordeals since hand-crank car windows, packing is anything but easy.
I'm one ...
... hardly wait.
We were not disappointed. Although we arrived late in the afternoon with limited time to see the exhibit before closing, we had the mail car, the exhibit host and the time almost entirely to ourselves. It was late when we left and we didn’t have time to see Old Sacramento, a very enticing tourist place which surrounds the Railroad Museum. But, it didn't matter. In some ways it was good ...
... to eat our bao's that my mother gave us. After a brief walk around the mall, we got back on I-80 and headed towards Elko.
There really wasn't much to see on the way there except mountains, tumbleweeds, and flat, straight roads - the towns were few and far between. We knew a town was slightly bigger if it had its first initial stuck on the side of a mountain, like W for Winnemucca, C for Carlin, and BM ...
Only one week of work to go. My "official' goodbye lunch was Dim Sum - delicious and very appropriate. Gotta love those chicken feet! Of course, the hard part of leaving is leaving friends behind. Last week I was in a melancholy mood as I packed up books that I won't have space to store. Also feeling very nostalgic over old pictures - I'm scanning them but it's hard to actually part with ...