“All On a Adventure to Sacramento”

I stumbled upon this article from newsregion.com today about traveling to Sacramento. It has to be written from a translating tool as I couldn’t help but laugh at some of the statements…

Sacramento is really a medium-sized city of about 500,000 men and women. Several people travel on the city to visit the State Capitol…There are also several museums within the location which might be superb choices for persons interested in California background…The latter is located during the Old Sacramento place, which can boast of having a touristy edge. The following, you possibly can ride a historic locomotive along the river…Simply because summers below may be hot, you might pick out to cool off inside American or Sacramento River following your educational day…

I think I may start using some of these phrases. Especially if I mix in the “Jive” style from Airplane!:

Jus’ hang loose, blood, simply because summers below may be hot, you might pick out to cool off…shiiiiit

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1 thought on ““All On a Adventure to Sacramento””

  1. It’s too good! I like the idea of cooling one’s heels at Folsom lake, because that bike trail can really piss people off and by the time they get up to the lake they really need to relax.

    However I don’t recommend people attempt to enjoy sarsaparilla within the California sunshine as this has been known to cause you to be melted alive.

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