Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova

Address: 11211 Point East Drive, Rancho Cordova, California, 95742, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 11211 Point East Drive, Rancho Cordova, is near Sutter's Fort, Effie Yeaw Nature Center, Ancil Hoffman Golf Course, and Mather Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Rancho Cordova

    Packed and Ready to Go

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Mar 27, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... blog on our last trip, I took another photo of the backyard. It's greener and prettier as Spring is here, dry, but here. The flowers are blooming and the leaves are soaking up the sun.

    I discovered after my last blog that not everyone knows to click on the photo to see a larger version. If there are several pictures, they may be viewed as a slide-show. I won't name names, but go ahead and try it, click on the photo. See?


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    Golden Gate and Alcatraz

    A travel blog entry by bazookatie on Aug 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... I stayed in a hotel in Oakland. We stayed somewhere with a hot tub and heated pool, so obviously I was really happy and relaxed. Today I dropped Taryn off at the airport for her flight and then headed to Sacramento. Now I'm with my friend Eric who just flew out here this morning and we're staying with his aunt. Tomorrow we start our trek to Seattle! ...

    Reflections on my trip 6 months after

    A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Dec 07, 2013

    95 photos

    ... come in through the dark gray clouds, creating a magical look in the sky.

    • Visiting the old stone age settlements called brochs were awesome! I loved walking around what is left of them, where people once lived close to the land. It was cool to see their stone cupboards and to see the stone outlines of where the walls were.
    • It was awesome to take some chances and to have them pay off, such as when I took a chance to hike Stac Pollaidh ...

    California State Fair

    A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Jul 29, 2012

    21 photos

    ... in production. We didn't have time to ride the monster trucks, go on any of the rides, visit the water park on-site nor watch the American Cow Girls show.

    It was a fun day and we tried to fit in as much as we could to make the most of our $12 entrance fee. It was a great way to spend the day though, and I don't think there is anywhere else in the world you could see that mish-mash of things in one place on one - admittedly long - day.


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    40 Acres and the Trees

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 12, 2012

    ... 8221; to thrive, while mild enough to support the tender subtropicals. You can grow an apple tree and an orange tree, a palm tree and a maple tree – all in the same yard!

    A drive along almost any city street shows off the great variety, but the State Capitol grounds will really knock your socks off. This 40-acre park that takes up twelve downtown blocks contains species of plant life from nearly every part of the globe. It started ...