Super 8 Auburn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Auburn
For just one night it's ok.
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... as possible.
- Enjoy things that give you pleasure.
- Share with other people in your experiences.
- Make an impact on the world; on people. Have a legacy.
- Do something with your life.
- The happiest people don’t have everything in life. They just ...
... and establishment of the United States.
During this trip, Glenn and I have been pointing out to the boys where Native populations still exist throughout this country and help them understand that we share the land with Native Americans both as citizens of the United States and as our neighbors on Independent Native American reservations/nations throughout this grand country we are so blessed to live in.
... you were actually there in the harsh environment. This was an active gold mine from 1850 when the original owner who found "hard rock" gold when looking for trees but thought the mining work was too hard so he sold it to for $350. By 1869 William Bourn, Sr owned controlling interest and when he died his wife almost sold it because of her financial advisors advice until her son came home from Cambridge. He took over and with his cousin made it a thriving business. Most of ...
... but the "Mall" grounds are spectacular. Every tree in California was planted here in the mid-1800's. Today, they are massive. Numerous statues and flower gardens adorn the entire area - very picturesque.
Old Sacramento looks like it did in 1848 when the Californai gold rush started here - all the OLD
buildings cover at least 3 city blocks. Everything has been beautifully maintained - the timbered sidedwalks and dockside ...
... listening to the flow of the river and smelling the clean fresh air. The sun had, by now, disappeared behind the mountains and we decided to head back to the car. Instead of retracing our steps back along the bend of the river I noticed a small, but steep, trail back up the embankment to the line of parked cars and we went that way. Well...lets just say that wet kids in their "skivvies" and a lot of dirt from a steep trail means that you get very ...