Extended Stay America - Sacramento - Arden Way

2100 Harvard Street, Sacramento, California, 95815, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2100 Harvard Street, Sacramento, is near American River Bicycle Trail, American River Parkway, McKinley Park, and California Delta.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Sacramento

    Getting Ready

    A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 12, 2014

    8 comments, 3 photos

    ... over, we will be traveling with our guide to the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe to observe some amazing birdlife. Now we are finally close to our departure date. Just two days away! It should prove to be an outstanding journey. And I'll be sharing it with you along the way through this travel blog if you're interested in reading about it. But it will also provide Derek and I with another way to record our adventure and revisit the memories in the ...

    No thanks, I'm a vegan.

    A travel blog entry by kklug001 on Aug 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the 70's perfect for our trek up and down the steep hills. We finished our day with dinner at John's Grill, where a scene from the Maltese Falcon was filmed and where I began my quest for the perfect cioppino. Their version was very good as was Scott's grilled sea bass.
    After dinner we took a quick walk to Chinatown where we "saw no evil, heard no evil and spoke no ...

    Our Re-Entry and Reflections On Our Trip

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Aug 03, 2014


    ... They were simply traveling to enjoy the places that they visited and drink in the culture.

    Neither of us expected some kind big change would happen as a result of our trip, but it’s been interesting to realize how that’s somehow part of our cultural narrative if you go on a long trip like that. It’s in the movies and in lots of books. Let’s call it the ‘Eat. Pray. Love.’ narrative. You ...

    Missing Trains & Catching Cities

    A travel blog entry by vayacondios on Jun 22, 2010

    6 comments, 13 photos

    ... while they fall into uneasy silence.

    That's the thing about trains, they go on for hours and you're just kind of stuck there. But it's worse at night. Back in "Coach", with the 'real' people you have to sleep sitting up all night listening to the noises of everybody around you- the snoring of the 250 pound lady across the aisle, the unhappy murmuring of the Vietnam veteran, the grumbling of the pensioners in the seat behind, the night crying of the babies and ...

    Sacarmento.... California baby!!

    A travel blog entry by allsey on Oct 06, 2008

    14 photos

    ... the Volvo with a full car! I swear every 20 minutes at least there was an exit that had gas as well as a combination of MacDonalds, Jack in the box, Pizza Hut, etc. There doesn't seem to be as many Maccas in the cities but on all the freeways! Monday Today we walked around and explored Sacramento. It a really pretty little place but not really alot here to see/do. We did a free tour of the Capital building which was pretty cool and ...