Lodging Facilities In Sacramento

Sacramento is the capital of the State of California, located in the Central Valley, with a history that dates back to 1839. It has a dual cultural heritage, which includes that of the native Indians and the settlers. This, along with the gold rush, the unique architecture, the museums etc., makes Sacramento one of the most interesting destinations for a family vacation. I am first time visit in this city. My family is first time four day visit in this city. I got these hotels through internet by searching with <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.anylodging.com/us/ca/sacramento-hotels">cheap hotels in sacramento</a>. I reached that city by Sacramento International Airport. This airport was very beautiful decorated. The airport was good travel facilities in tourist include taxi, bus and train. But I called taxi and reached to my <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.anylodging.com/us/ca/sacramento-hotels">hilton sacramento</a> hotel at noon. I put my luggage in <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.anylodging.com/">cheap hotel rooms</a> and get fresh and take lunch. After lunch I am back and I rested the room and I planned my trip for next day. First day I went to see the Crocker Art Museum was fabulous, beautiful building, great collection, and great location. Sundays before 1 pm you can get in free, otherwise it was a bargain at 6$. Afterward you can have lunch and tour old town Sacramento, which was only a few blocks away. This was a great museum for those intimidated by the atmosphere of more metropolitan museums. Second day I went to see the Sacramento Zoo which was a very beautiful and nice zoo which was home to more than 400 animals, including the snow leopard, red panda, eagles and reptiles. In addition to the animals, the zoo has lakes, gardens, an educational amphitheater, and a train that runs through the premises. Service and amenities also include picnic areas, concessions, gift store, stroller rentals and complimentary wheelchairs. Third day I went to see the California State Indian Museum which was a very beautiful and nice museum. The museum was a great collection includes view intricately woven baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes surrounding the natural world and its connection to the spiritual world add a rich contrast to the exhibits. Forth day I went to the Folsom Lake. The lake area was a very beautiful and fantastic which was a safe waterfront for day outings. Lifeguard services on the well-maintained sandy beach are available making swimming safe. Barbecue pits, shady and grassy areas make it a picnic spot with many activities like swimming, boating, fishing and beach games. A mobile snack bar too was available at the bay. Fifth day I went to the market for shopping in Sunrise Mall a 16 block, pedestrian only indoor/outdoor mall incorporating shops, entertainment, attractions, hotels and restaurants where I bought some clothes, gifts, chocolates goods. After shopping I went to the Ella Dining Room & Bar, which was very famous bar in this city, when I leave a bar and I take your drink and I enjoy the music with entertainment nightly. After that I hire taxi and I came back to hotel where I leave my room and went to airport for leaving this city. While returning back, I remembered my all day to which them I spend in this city.

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