Larkspur Landing Folsom

Address: 121 Iron Point Road, Folsom, California, 95630, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 121 Iron Point Road, Folsom, is near Sutter St., Lake Natoma, Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, and Folsom Historical Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Folsom

      What We Learned - How To Live A Great Life

      A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Feb 08, 2015

      Dear Friends and Family,

      It's been about six months since our last blog post and about eight months since we've come back from our trip. I recently came across some notes that I took on our trip, which I thought I would share with you.

      India versus the US

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      Aug 28 -Sept 4 FOLSOM , CALIFORNIA

      A travel blog entry by skm80098 on Aug 28, 2014

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      Today we arrived at our campground at BEALS POINT, at FOLSOM SRA.. Nice spot with full hookup, except no TV reception. Oh well, we plan to be busy this week. After we cleaned up and got situated we drove a short distance to sister Diane's house.. My nephew, Aaron was home. I had not seen him in about 8-9 years. Also, great- nephew Levi was there.. He is 19 months. Then we went to a Bistro at a "Center"in Eldorado Hills for a concert outside. Great weather, good, band, people ...

      California State Fair

      A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Jul 29, 2012

      21 photos

      ... of hens, cockerels, and pigeons (worst); baby goats (kids); exotic birds; a rattlesnake (even worse); insects; horses; and peacocks. The majority of the animals were there for the competitions. Un/forunately we missed out on any live births, as the sow who was supposed to give birth on the Sunday had let rip three days early.

      Beyond the animals, the fair was huge, with a huge variety of attractions on offer, both corporate and otherwise. On ...

      40 Acres and the Trees

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 12, 2012

      ... hundred trees in 1869; today some palms remain from the original circular path that was used as a shady walk between the Capitol and the Agricultural Pavilion; they alternated California fan palms with English elm. Additions and renovations have gone on over the years, and many trees are labeled today. Walk the grounds and find these fifteen notable trees:

      1. Deodar Cedar – 8 of these elegant trees are part of the original ...

      Day 7 - Gold Rush Days! in Old Sacramento

      A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Sep 04, 2011

      31 photos

      ... ordinance expert and we had a very interesting chat about the different cannonballs and shells that were shot from their artillery pieces...one of which was on display in the street behind them. Angie and I could have spent a lot more time looking through the military museum but it just wasn't going to work considering it was lunchtime and the kids were about to rise up in arms themselves.

      We had lunch at this little Greek place in town and I ...