Bradshaw Inn

Address: 3343 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, California, 95827, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 3343 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, is near Effie Yeaw Nature Center, California State University, Sacramento, Country Club Lanes, and Ancil Hoffman Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Sacramento

What We Learned - How To Live A Great Life

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Feb 08, 2015

... Give without expecting anything in return.

- Bring people together. Celebrate. Have joyous occasions with friends and family often.

- Support people. Be the person they turn to for emotional support.

- Don’t be complacent and get stuck in a routine.

- Laugh ...

Chapter 2

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Jan 21, 2015

... and friends on the East Coast.

I am finally back in California, still unpacking and exploring my new city. I've decided with all of the long distance that I wanted to settle down a bit. My biggest hope for the New Year is for peace and a stillness, to not feel rushed. For once, I will not be accepting any long term contracts and I have high hopes of finding a job in my new area, maybe even one related to my Wildlife degree. ...

Day Seventeen: Take you to a gay bar, gay bar

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 21, 2014

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Today turned out to be one of my favourite days and nights, the kind where you don’t have much on your mind and end up doing something unexpected. Breakfast was leisurely and gorgeous once again, and were paid another visit by the famed hummingbird. Today’s goal: visit the State Indian Museum on the other side of town. The museum was quite a walk away but we strolled along in the sunshine, left downtown behind and entered the hip and classy ...

Life at 25 feet

A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 27, 2014

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... buried history is not on display today and as you stroll through the Capitol gardens and along the river at Old Sacramento you could be completely oblivious to the disasters that once struck. Continuing with our history lesson we visited Sutters Fort, to learn about life on the west coast in the early 1800s. Sutter was also the unfortunate founder of the California gold rush. While the gold rush ...

Reflections of Aboigina76657

A travel blog entry by loriatlarge on Dec 19, 2013

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... on their coming role in the group. Often the stories contained the sublet message "There is man's business business and they must never mix",

For the men there were trainings and ordeals begun when a 13 year old boy, formerly in the care of the women, was isolated with the men and taught all that he would need to know as a productive hunter/man of the group. Imagine, going from being a pampered child to being taught ...

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