Residence Inn Sacramento Cal Expo

Address: 1530 Howe Ave, Sacramento, California, 95825-3358, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1530 Howe Ave, Sacramento, is near American River Bicycle Trail, California Delta, California State University, Sacramento, and Country Club Lanes.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Sacramento

        OK, we're starting on another one.

        A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 07, 2015


        We are leaving tomorrow(Thursday) morning. This is a driving trip. We are taking the Infiniti because its much more comfortable on a 4500 mile trip. We are driving to Sedona, Az. for the second night of the ...

        Second game against USA

        A travel blog entry by vanessaandjeff on Jul 11, 2015

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        ... hoping we can host the Americans in the future. As both teams enjoyed the experience. After a quick turnaround we made our way to Clint's house for a final BBQ... He lives on acreage and organised the experience for our kids in Sacramento. He is an ex MLB player, he had a wiffle ball field, massive pool, railway carriage in his backyard for the kids to enjoy. It was a nice way to end our tour with the Mets ...

        Day Seventeen: Take you to a gay bar, gay bar

        A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 21, 2014

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        ... with timelines etc, since I don’t know a whole lot about colonial America, but the museum had an amazing display of traditional clothing, implements and artefacts, as well as some stunning black and white photographs from the late 19th and early 20th century. One point to take away from this exhibit: basket weaving is intense and amazing, and most of the Native American women can do it with their eyes closed. They wove baskets ...

        Packing Already?

        A travel blog entry by letsowlrepublic on Jun 26, 2014

        Wow it's two weeks away and I'm already packing. Does anyone else feel as excited as me? Probably. Besides the endless amount of travel blogs, vlogs, general (bad) wiki-how packing tips, the millions of "how to survive long haul flights" blog entries, and so much Facebook (so much Facebook). I've actually begun the process of PACKING. One of the most dreaded ordeals since hand-crank car windows, packing is anything but easy.

        I'm one ...

        Reflections of Aboigina76657

        A travel blog entry by loriatlarge on Dec 19, 2013


        ... on their coming role in the group. Often the stories contained the sublet message "There is man's business business and they must never mix",

        For the men there were trainings and ordeals begun when a 13 year old boy, formerly in the care of the women, was isolated with the men and taught all that he would need to know as a productive hunter/man of the group. Imagine, going from being a pampered child to being taught ...