Extended Stay America - Sacramento - South Natomas

2810 Gateway Oaks Drive, Sacramento, California, 95833, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2810 Gateway Oaks Drive, Sacramento, is near Arco Arena, Discovery Park, Sacramento RiverTrain, and Nimbus Dam.
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    Travel Blogs from Sacramento

    Ponies and Prisons

    A travel blog entry by simonedimarie on Sep 22, 2014

    5 photos

    So all this week I've been chilling out in Rancho Cordova, just outside of Sacramento California, waiting for my mum to arrive (tomorrow!!). I found a really nice couple to stay with on airbnb, and they are christians as well which has been awesome.

    Thursday I went to downtown Sacramento on the light rail. I went to the Yellow 'tower bridge' and took pictures near the Capitol. It was really beautiful, but I ...

    Memory Lane

    A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... was great and the kids had a lot of fun playing.

    The kids had a go on the bicycle powered merry-go-round. (Except Cam who decided he was too big.)

    The kids were keen to have a go on the bounce houses erected, the two older boys had a go on the gauntlet one. Five minutes to go through as many times as they wanted, climbing, sliding and crawling through. By the time their time was up ...

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

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... ever seen: strips of denim and corduroy sewn together and lined with white fluffy furr. I dubbed him Joseph with his technicolour dreamcoat. Jesse and Zac moved on, possibly to party some more, whereas Seb, desperate to escape the clutches of his creepy admirer, forced James and I into the rickshaw. It was really only built for two, but I perched on their laps and laughed all the way home (as is always the case, I didn’t realise how ...

    From One Adventure to the Next!

    A travel blog entry by rktravel on Jun 06, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... of being happy, dedicated, and in tune with the larger world. These people, strangers at first and family by the end, have given us the greatest gift we could have asked for: a bigger understanding of the world, one that's necessary for living a meaningful life of helping others to improve their own.

    To everyone we met along the way, our deepest gratitude is extended to you for the impact you've made in our lives. To everyone who followed ...

    Reflections of Aboigina76657

    A travel blog entry by loriatlarge on Dec 19, 2013

    2 comments

    ... practice these rules and punishments.

    Now to today: This is Kathy's Ranger Story.

    Kathy had partnered with someone who chose to climb on the stairway up Uluru even though she knew the climb was not open on this day and even though our tour guide strongly advised against it on ethical grounds, So Kathy stayed on the path the other woman wanted to see how far she would decide to go on her own regardless. A ...