Historic Cary House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in 1848. This find attracted Americans and immigrants alike. American men moved west and immigrants arrived via San Francisco's port. Towns such as Coloma and Virginia City grew steadily, but as soon as the gold was gone, their populations' plummeted. Though the gold was eventually all removed, the immigrant miners stayed in the area. The discovery of gold helped grow the American West into what is ...
... bread I think we had ever had. The folks of the area tout their bread but it all lacked flavor and salt. The meal was such a contrast to the night before it was rather shocking. Fortunately, the raspberry shortbread was great. Sated we forged on the the cavern.
The Black Chasm Cavern is a privately down national landmark. They first started tours in the 1800's and for a pinch of gold dust they would take you down a series of ...
... us. Dave hung out with us while we lunched on the patio and gave us the lay of the his beautiful property. Horses, ducks, chickens, lambs and wine. They gifted us fresh eggs and a bottle of their Dark Horse Primativo.
After settling in to our cottage we wondered around the property and enjoyed the freshness of being in clean air. We visited with the horses ...
We have been here a week. We met up with good friends Ken & Chris Kaleta here for the week. It was such a nice resort. We swam in the pool, played ping pong, ate a lot and did some gambling. We did a few day trips to Amador City and Sutter Creek. Lots of wineries in this area, so we did some wine tasting ...
... and all the guys with us are white watering rafting guides. As they weren't working that day, they kayaked the rapids while Dave, one of the most experienced guides, kindly took Dave and I down on our own raft. This experience would of cost us a few hundred dollars - so big thanks to Dave and Nicko for the day. It's winter here and in a drought. Water is realised into the dam for a few hours a day, so timing was essential. So, no time for a hangover! The waves in the rapids were as ...