Plaza Motel & Apartments

Address: 2701 W Capitol Ave, West Sacramento, California, 95691, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2701 W Capitol Ave, West Sacramento, is near Crocker Art Museum, Towe Auto Museum, Sacramento RiverTrain, and El Rancho Bowl.
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Travel Blogs from West Sacramento

Baseball camp and Walmart

A travel blog entry by vanessaandjeff on Jul 09, 2015

Liam had another day at baseball camp. I drove Michelle and the girls to watch the boys train. Liam said he learnt a few new things about pitching after today's training. We then wandered over to find a Walmart. Just like a big Kmart or Big W really. Tonight we had a BBQ around the pool. Liam swam for hours... I went into the spa when it got cooler. It was ...

"Tickets, tickets, please!"

A travel blog entry by prjeffdlc on Jan 17, 2014

We got around to deciding where we would like to spend our major travel time on my sabbatical. The Eastern Mediterranean has always been a dream of mine to visit. I really wanted to try to get to the pyramids in Egypt but travel warnings have closed off access to the country. We have decided to visit Rome, train ...

Bali Update

A travel blog entry by mwojtkowiak on Jul 25, 2013

... to the places I want to go. The people staying there are very nice, as well as the couple that owns the place. It has a funky pool/moat around a common area and fun surrounding rooms. The lady tends to take in animals that are injured to rehabilitate, so it's like a little zoo. Dogs, cats, birds and a little Monkey named Magic. Sleep is peaceful, except for the noisy roosters and the occasional thunk of a falling mango, but at least then ...

40 Acres and the Trees

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 12, 2012

... to the Mediterranean, planted in 1879

8. Montezuma Cypress – national tree of Mexico, planted in 1920

9. Dawn Redwood – the only deciduous redwood, it changes color through the seasons

10. Coast Redwood – state tree, the tallest recorded is 364 feet

11. Giant Sequoia – also the state tree, can have a girth of 79 feet

12. Seville Orange/Washington Navel Orange – ...

Sacramento - California's Capital City

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2012

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... is remarkably well preserved as a state historic district and park. It’s put to modern use as a tourist zone with stores, restaurants, B&Bs, and hotels in between a few museums and historic sites, but is really quite nice.

One last Sacramento historic site I visited is the former Governor’s Mansion, a beautiful old Victorian house that’s also now a state historic site. I went on the tour, one which my father would have liked had we ...

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