Emma's Bed and Breakfast

Address: 3137 Taylor Road, Loomis, Loomis, California, 95650, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3137 Taylor Road, Loomis, Loomis, is near Whitney Oaks Golf Club and Turkey Creek Golf Club.
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Nevada State Information

A travel blog entry by ztfisme on Dec 12, 2014

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... Significant Features:
1. Lake Tahoe
2. Colorado River
3. Hoover Dam
4. Great Basin National Park
5. National Automobile Museum
-Current Population: 2,790,136
-Total Amount of Square Miles: 110,567 sq.mi ...


A travel blog entry by ndc0. on Jul 08, 2014

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... Park

Rivers- Jordan River

Mountain- King Peak

Lakes-Great Salt Lake

Point of Interest- Zion National Park

Universities- University of Utah

Current population- 2.90 million

Square miles- 82,144 sq ...

California State Fair

A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Jul 29, 2012

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... felt like being on an episode of MTV Cribs. We also went to a local farmer's shop, which had lots of local produce straight from the fields and an interesting array of spicy sauces. Most of the produce was organic too...

On the Sunday we attended the very hot and busy final day of the California State Fair - a yearly two-week fair originally organised as a way to promote California's reputation as an ideal place for farming. Whilst it has ...

All That Glitters

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 10, 2012

... of items carried; she couldn’t bear to let it go; hid it in her skirt. The doll is in Restoration today, but will be back.)

Sutter’s life of trading, farming and providing refuge and safety to many was soon to end. In 1847 Sutter hired James Marshall to build a sawmill on the American River, 50 miles away, and on January 24, Marshall discovered a shiny nugget in the tailrace of the mill.


Day 7 - Gold Rush Days! in Old Sacramento

A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Sep 04, 2011

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... elements were visible and you would hopefully see something gleaming back at you. After each of the boys had amassed their own personal fortunes we headed over to the Assay office to have their takes weighed and valued. Each of the boys then received the currency certificate which they would be able to use to exchange for prizes around the town...the trick was to search for these elusive places...this definitely could have been organized a bit ...

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