Hampton Inn and Suites Roseville

Address: 110 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, California, 95661, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 110 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, is near Sutter St., Lake Natoma, Antique Trove, and Folsom Historical Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Roseville

    Fifth Leg: Welcome To The Farming State!

    A travel blog entry by billiamlea on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... bringing you a menu that looks like an F-32-19P4 billing requisition form. The food was great, but the company was the best part. My dear Aunt Dena drove in from Sunnyvale and convinced us that yes, we did need peach bread pudding for dessert. She will be my touring partner tomorrow in the California State Capitol Building while Mara archives-it-up.

    Religious Billboard Sighting Update: Mara-15, Will-12
    Miles Driven: 2,991

    Ready for Departure

    A travel blog entry by cwojdac on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... in between writing programs to make things (hopefully) go smoother. Of course there will be hiccups, but he did a lot of organizing and planning. I just did the fun stuff, "I think this tour looks fun!" but it took a fair amount of time too. I know I will miss my babies, but they will be in good hands at my parents' place up in Auburn. We will be taking Lizzie (dog) Pepper (cat), Sochi (tortoise) ...

    All That Glitters

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 10, 2012

    ... fled Europe, leaving behind his wife, his children, and a lot of debt. He traded and swindled his way across North America, landing on the American River in 1839. He had big dreams in this wild, wide-open land; he’d build an empire, become a wealthy man.

    He built a fort; for his labor force using local Indians and Hawaiians he’d brought with him from a visit there. Inside the fort were carpenter and ...

    Day 7 - Gold Rush Days! in Old Sacramento

    A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Sep 04, 2011

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    Once we cleared the tunnel we saw what all of the fuss was about regarding this event. All of the streets of the 1850's era town were covered in dirt, which was trucked in and dumped on the streets just for this event. There was a lot of traffic up and down the streets in the form of covered wagons, stagecoaches with outriders in formation, lines of mounted and unmounted civil war troops with artillery in tow, single horse riders, etc. There ...

    What is with these Californian's.

    A travel blog entry by debrajdunford on Nov 04, 2010

    ... want to come to the airport then and have to do that drive home.
    He graciously reassured me a couple times. Not a problem and prefers to avoid traffic driving at night.
    You would have thought these were Maui transplants because prior to meeting the Californian friends Maui has great overly wonderful people, I always contributed it to the Weather. You see on Maui you can start talking to a ...