Comfort Inn & Suites Sacramento

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

21 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, California, 95826, United States
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Forum Posts

Looking for an old friend from Sacramento/Carmichael area

by Royal63

I have lost track of where my friend Alison Mc Manus lives. She got married maybe 10 years ago (or so) and her married name is Allen. Last address I had for her was in Davis. Her mom's name is Pat MC Manus, and I think her dad's name was Mike. She also has a brothers and sisters - Mike, Brian, Cindy, another sister, older. Can't remember her name. Thanks for any help.

RE: Looking for an old friend from Sacramento/Carmichael area

by ChrisThao

Perhaps you may want to try this link.

Upon plugging your given info there, I got this result-

Allen, A F
2214 Marie Way
Carmichael, CA 95608-5441
(916) 972-7934

Good luck to ya!

Travel Tips for Sacramento

Jubilee Tip #2 - Stay Central to One Location

by Hopkid

In 2005 the Jubilee had over 40 venues spread out over 10 or 12 main areas. There is only 30 minutes between sets so you don't have a lot of time to get to the next venue. My suggestion is to pick one of the main areas and choose your venues and the bands you want to see from among the venues in that area. For example, the first 5 shows we saw were all in the Old Sac area at 4 different venues. 30 minutes was plenty of time to get from one venue to the next and to get decent seats as well. In fact, of the 7 shows we saw on Friday, we sat in the front row for 5 of them. Yes, there are free shuttle buses but they don't run nearly often enough and will likely not get you to the next spot until the middle of the next set. Ideally, stay in one venue and catch the bands that will play there that day. No moving around required unless you want to upgrade as people in the choice seats leave. Plus it's a great way to meet new people as it is likely that the folks sitting next to you are doing the same thing!

Keep in mind that during the course of the weekend, each band will play at venues in more than one of the main areas (e.g., Old Sac, the Convention Center, the Red Lion Inn, etc.) which will allow you to eventually see the bands you want to see. So don't fret if you decide you can't see a band because they're not playing in Old Sac during the time you're focusing your efforts. Catch them later at another location! Sitting in the first two rows at 10 of the 11 shows we saw; 7 of those were in the front row.

Old Industrial Areas

by WulfstanTraveller

For those who like too see all aspects of the past or who like old inustrial architecture, Sacramento has some quite interesting streets and buildings. They tend to be mostly around downtown/central Sacramento to the north (south of the American River and from the confluence with the Sacramento River and the railway station east), along the Sacramento River, and south of Capitol Mall, but north of the Highway 50 freeway, around O, P, Q, R, S, and T streets (which run east-west) and 9-17th Streets (running north south). Among those to the north is the old brick Blue Diamond almond/nut packing house. Some areas, especially those just south of downtwon/Capitol Mall, have been somewhat gentrified in recent years, but others are still pretty seedy. Neverthless, they offer seem interesting glimpses into the city's industrial/commercial past.

The Blue Diamond building is still in use processing almonds. It is at 1802 C Street at the intersection with 18th Street and it has a store at 1701 C Street, with information on almond processing.

Mixed Luck for Breakfast

by Rixie about Lucky Cafe

The Lucky Cafe is an old diner with counter seats, booths, and tables. The back wall is covered with framed awards -- best of this and best of that. According to the menu, everything is homemade. I am very fond of corned beef hash, so when I saw on the menu, "This is the best corned beef hash you'll ever taste!" I knew what I wanted. I was disappointed. The hash was partly burnt, the poached eggs were watery (use a slotted spoon, guys!), and the packet of strawberry jelly was the consistency of a gummy bear.

The others in my party were very pleased with their breakfasts -- eggs and linguisa, vegetarian scramble with avocado and Swiss cheese, eggs over easy with hash browns and English muffin.

I guess it just wasn't my day.

Dessert Diner

by WulfstanTraveller about Rick's Dessert Diner

This is a fun and pretty good dessert place. They serve some ice cream things but their real business is cakes, pies, and tarts. The place conveniently stays open late and it is fun and 50s retro inside, with a little outdoor seating on the street. Their cake pieces tend to be very large.

Peoples' opinions are quite mixed. Some people complain about it for a variety of reasons, others love it, others like it. We have only been here a few times, but we have always enjoyed it. The cakes have been good and flavourful. Although some people complain that the cakes are dry, we have not found them to be dry and I really don't like dry cakes. They can be rather rich, and perhaps one may be able to find better cakes, etc., at a few bakeries, but this is a great place to go to eat a nice dessert like this. We like the red velvet cake. The White chocolate fudge cake (I think thatt's the name) is also really good and not nearly as overpoweringly rich and sweet as it sounds.

The real 'Wild West'??

by Geoff_Wright

Couldn't resist having my picture taken with this cowboy! I though he was dressed up so that people would pay him for photos, but no. I did buy him a drink anyway, LOL! Just adds to the flavour of Old Sacramento.


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Address: 21 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, California, 95826, United States