Motel 6 Sacramento Downtown

Address: 1415 30th Street, Sacramento, California, 95816, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1415 30th Street, Sacramento, is near McKinley Park, California State Indian Museum, Carpenter Hill, and The Matthew McKinley.
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    Travel Blogs from Sacramento

    On to Napa; dinner at French Laundry

    A travel blog entry by lynn.ristig on Oct 31, 2014

    Traveled in the pouring rain to Sausilito in attempt to avoid Giants World Series victory parade. Had coffee in sausilito. And drove on to napa. Stopped at small winery arranged by Shores. Arrived at Meadowood. 530pm dinner at French Laundry. ...

    Providence

    A travel blog entry by lynn.ristig on Oct 27, 2014

    Worked from downtown Providence and then went to art history lecture on Rembrandt. Late afternoon, Ellen and I went shopping and then did a big walk from Hampton inn to wickendon and back to that street where we had sushi. I returned to Hampton inn and Ellen returned to ...

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

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... about six foot and has had some of the craziest travel adventures ever – more on this later. So after meeting these fabulous gents and chatting for a while, Seb and I mentioned that we were thinking of heading out and would they like to come?

    A few hours later we’re sitting at the bar of Dive Bar. Its name refers to an underwater theme, and it has a huge fish tank in the roof above the bar, with live fish and apparently ...

    Life at 25 feet

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 27, 2014

    25 photos

    The capital city of California is resilient without a doubt. It's history includes devastating fires and long lasting floods. I guess that's what happens when you build a city at 25 feet above sea level and at the confluence of two major rivers. Their historical floods promoted ingenuity at its finest as they raised the entire city by 15 feet leaving a warren of underground passageways and tunnels. ...

    GONNA TAKE A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY

    A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Nov 11, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... high regard for mail and the high standards in effect, the railway mail clerks were regarded the elite of the United States Postal Service.

    It was only just a few days before we left on this journey that I learned from my oldest brother that the Burlington Northern Railroad mail car on which our father worked for most of his career is on display in the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento. Even ...