Oakwood At The Terraces

Address: 700 Gibson Dr, Roseville, California, 95678, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 700 Gibson Dr, Roseville, is near Thunder Valley Casino, Antique Trove, Whitney Oaks Golf Club, and All American Speedway.
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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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We began the day with a typical hotel breakfast (wait...is that a pancake MACHINE!?!? America, you've done it again!). We didn't want to get lost in the Mojave desert and die of starvation, dehydration, or buzzard attack, so we decided to take a swim in the pool instead. To all of the hotel owners reading this blog, a pool in the desert without a filter is not a smart idea. But it felt refreshing, in spite of the dust and pieces of ...

Ready for Departure

A travel blog entry by cwojdac on Jun 04, 2014

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... houseplants very soon. My mother has been talking about having her "chore buddy" (Liz) for about 6 months now. They put up with Pepper and she allows them to feed her with only occasional bloodletting. Yeah, she is definitely my girl. The bag is packed, and I am hoping that the regrets on a) what I did bring and b) what I didn't pack are minimal. We're trying to do only carryons because we have so ...

Arnie's Pad

A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Aug 07, 2012

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... although like Nevada it had portraits of its previous governors up along the walls - unfortunately we could not find Arnie's). Arnie was the Governor here for seven and a bit years, in which time he managed to bankrupt the state, be voted one of 11 "worst governors" in the US, face seven allegations of sexual misconduct (including grabbing breasts, sticking his hand up skirts, and trying to take a woman's bathing suit off in an elevator), and covered up the ...

All That Glitters

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 10, 2012

... a gunsmith, artillery, bakery, grist mill, blanket factory. His office and living quarters were inside too; outside were houses and corrals. Eventually he had 300 people working in the fort.

Sutter became a Mexican citizen in 1840, and in receipt for keeping order among the Indian tribes, was given a land grant for more than 48,000 acres. In 1845 he was appointed “Captain of the Sacramento troops” ...

Day 7 - Gold Rush Days! in Old Sacramento

A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Sep 04, 2011

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... the occasionally horse drawn buggy containing a water tank that was used to keep the dirt down on the ground instead of wafting up as dust whenever the horsed rode on by. Walking up and down the wooden storefront patios were many people that arrived dressed in mid-nineteenth century clothing theme and that added a lot of color and authenticity to the event.

We were a bit overwhelmed with it all when we first walked in and decided that the ...