Four Points by Sheraton Sacramento International Airport

4900 Duckhorn Drive, Sacramento, California, 95834, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4900 Duckhorn Drive, Sacramento, is near Arco Arena, Sacramento RiverTrain, Discovery Park, and Nimbus Dam.
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    Travel Blogs from Sacramento

    Memory Lane

    A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... red faced, sweating and grinning from ear to ear. Georgia and Ash went on one where they bounced and climbed up to a tall slide. Ash was gun-ho about climbing up but then wasn’t so sure when he got to the top, thankfully little Mommy Georgia came to the rescue putting him in her "laps" to get him down.

    After a quick swim they kids were more than ready for bed while Mum and Dad packed ...

    Pool and friends

    A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    All the kids wanted to do today was swim! It was a bit hotter today so we were happy to oblige.

    We finally managed to get the three boys kitted out for the wedding, they are going to look quite dashing if I do say so myself :)

    We went to a local park too to meet up with an old friend. Emma used to look after her kids when they were brand new (they are now teenagers, nearly adults!!!) Holly had her dog with her which was a big ...

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

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... I was until on my way home). I don’t know how Joseph managed it: he was a skinny little thing, but I like to think his dreamcoat gave him magical strength. We were dropped right at our doorstep, we
    tipped him gratuitously in our drunken state (or at least I did) and he told us his real name and gave us ca card should we ever need his services again. I’ve forgotten his name and lost his card. He shall forever be Joseph with his technicolour dreamcoat. ...

    From One Adventure to the Next!

    A travel blog entry by rktravel on Jun 06, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... through the stories and photos, we thank you too for being a part of the experience- your love and interest was sincerely felt every step of the way. And to those who've been in our lives a while, giving us the knowledge, skills, and confidence to begin the journey in the first place, we thank you with our whole hearts.


    Now that this most amazing adventure comes to a close, a new one awaits back home. Reconnecting with friends ...

    Reflections of Aboigina76657

    A travel blog entry by loriatlarge on Dec 19, 2013

    2 comments

    ... got out of his vehicle and made his way to where Kathy was standing. She engaged him in order to give the climber time to return. "We chatted about his life", Kathy said. He told me that he was in the care of his uncle since a small boy and therefore decided to become a ranger aa his life work, He was aborigine but of a different tribe, He saw the woman coming down and said to her you cannot climb Uluru. it is prohibited. ...