I’ve not posted anything in a while as I was visiting my daughter in Sacramento, California.
We had a fine time in California’s state capitol. We stayed at the Embassy Suites, which is situated next to the long promenade that runs parallel to the Sacramento River.
The hotel was in walking distance (if you take long walks like me) from the State Capitol Building and across the street from the Old Sacramento Waterfront, a 28-acre National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park.
Old Sacramento pays homage to the time of the Gold Rush of 1849.
Old Sacramento evokes the town’s Wild West backstory. Many of the buildings that house restaurants and tourist gift shops are restored or recreated from the 1800’s. In Old Sacramento one can take an excursion on an historic train that runs along the Sacramento River, ride on boats on the river, and enjoy other amusements as well.
My wife and I truly enjoyed seeing our daughter Brittany. We toured the city with her and her boyfriend Mike, and we eat fine food at the city’s many restaurants.
We miss her already.