Bradley House

Address: 606 Figueroa St, Folsom, California, 95630, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 606 Figueroa St, Folsom, is near Folsom Prison Museum, Sutter St., Lake Natoma, and Folsom Lake State Recreation Area.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Bradley House Folsom

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Travel Blogs from Folsom

Finally Home after a successful Road Trip

A travel blog entry by roadtrip.2014 on Jun 21, 2015

The trip was a great experience. I got to visit some really symbolic places of different states and this has been something I always wanted to do. Had a great time in all of the places, and i learned a lot from this experience. All the mishaps and enjoyable moments i had definitely made me learn life lessons. But God ...

What We Learned - How To Live A Great Life

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Feb 08, 2015

... of your time.

- Live life passionately.

- Always maintain a sense of wonder about the world.

- Always learn. Always grow.

- Meet and empathize with people who are very different than you. Learn, understand and appreciate them.

- Love passionately. Care ...

Arnie's Pad

A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Aug 07, 2012

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... State Capitol is therefore not historically accurate, although it does (unintentionally) represent some of the unappealing less-than-authentic aspects of the state (plastic surgery enthusiasts, inauthentic glitterati, Tom Cruise, etc.)

In addition to the statue of Columbus, we visited the Senate Chamber, the book store, a multitude of historically recreated rooms, and saw the outside of the Governor's office. We then made for Old ...

We're home!

A travel blog entry by marlanko on Jul 28, 2012

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... 341
Average mpg: 8

Some folks may be wondering:
Would we ever take a motor home vacation again? Yes - we loved this!
Would we go on another month long vacation? Yes!

What we enjoyed:
Spending 30 days together :)
The freedom of the road which let us explore parts of the U.S. we had never experienced.
Watching the terrain change as we drove from ...

All That Glitters

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 10, 2012

... led to the 1849 Gold Rush, forever changing the world John Sutter knew. The flood of miners was overwhelming; they settled everywhere. California became a state in 1850 and the US government didn’t honor claims for much of the land given to Sutter by Mexico. His workers fled the fields to search for gold, and by 1852 Sutter was bankrupt.

Sutter’s wife and children had come in 1849; as his debts mounted ...