Extendedstay Northgate

3825 Rosin Court, Sacramento, California, 95834, United States
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Rafting on the middle fork of the American River

by HarmoniousBotch

Fiance and I are planning to go rafting in September. Any comments/suggetsions are welcome. In particular: 1) Are there any rafting companies that you would recommend or not recommend? 2) What are the relative advantages of staying in Auburn vs Sacramento ( or any third place )?
Thanks

RE: Rafting on the middle fork of the American River

by yvr

Auburn is about an hours drive east of Sacramento, a beautiful place, but the drive to Sacramento can be gruesome due to traffic. You might condsider Roseville which is about 30 minutes from the city.

RE: Rafting on the middle fork of the American River

by Jokerit_pl

I rafted the American River (both South and Middle Fork) with Whitewater Voyages and can definitely recommend them to you. The Middle Fork is mostly Class IV with some Class III mixed in near the beginning and the end. The highlight of the Middle Fork is the Tunnel Chute, a Class V rapid. You can portage around it, but why bother since you paid good money for the thrill.

Travel Tips for Sacramento

be sure to explore North...

by neopetsfan

be sure to explore North America's finest and most-visited railroad museum. This must see attraction is ideal fot families and groups. Experience the magic of railroading and find out how trains have shaped our lives, economy,and culture. Marvel at lavishly restored 19th-century trains. Touch a million-pound steam locomotive. Climb aboard a gently-swaying sleeping car. Peer into a plush,private railroad car, and inspect gorgeus railroad china aboard a streamlined dining car. You'll be transported from the First Transcontinental Railroad through railroading's Golden Age, from early steam locomotives up to the decline and present-day rebirth of railroads. There truly is something here for everyone! California State Railroad Museum 2nd and I Streets Adults $6 Youth $3 and under 5 free.

SQUEEZE INN - Best burgers in town!

by deWilde

This is one of my favorite places to go when I'm in town. The Squeeze Burger is anything but fat free or low calorie but well worth the extra thigh dimple's. Check out more information about the Squeeze Inn under my Sacramento Restaurant Tips.

Best Burgers in town!

by deWilde about Squeeze Inn

This is one of my favorite places to go when I'm in town. Squeeze used to be run by Ruth and her family but I guess they sold it to a new crew. It's still good, although the service was a bit lacking last time I hit it. The Squeeze Burger is anything but fat free or low calorie. If you are on a diet, thinking about a diet or fasting, avoid this place. It is called the Squeeze Inn for a reason... you have to s q u e e z e IN. There are about 10 bar stools and that is about it. The rest is outside picnic tables or standing while waiting for your order to go. The burgers are made to order, so you may wait a bit. The fry's are fresh cut and super yummy. Not the best place to go after a night of drinking [ask VT: AmandaJae, tehe], but fabulous non the less! They also have tacos and misc other items but are know for their burgers. You can't miss it.. look for the little orange house. FYI - The neighborhood is not the best, right outside the hood. Go during the day as that is the only time they are open. I usually get the Squeeze Burger with Cheese and a large size of Fries. This meal can easily be split with someone as the burger is huge and the fries are enough to feed a small army. However, the taco’s are great too. They are fried and steamed, similar to JimBoy’s Tacos [if you know what that is]. Basically full of fat and oil yet very good!

The Fox and Goose...

by califdweller

The Fox and Goose downtown....has THE WORLDS GREATEST SCONES!!! Oh, they are to die for :-)
We also love Tugboats Fish n' Chips out by Carmichael...Forbidden City Chinese Food on Marconi...Outback Steakhouse!...The New Roma Bakery downtown....I have been going there since my parents took me in the stroller...EXCELLENTE BREAD! Try the Carino Loaf...YUMMMM..or the Cinnamon Pull Apart...
New Roma Bakery
1800 E St
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-443-2346

Repeat customers say New Roma Bakery, which has been firing up its ovens since 1935, has the formula for success down pat. The first thing to grab your attention -- even before you enter this sandwich, salad and fresh baked goods shop -- is the aroma. The scent of baking bread wafts along E Street, luring customers inside to purchase loaves of crusty Italian, rye, eight-grain, sourdough, onion rye or onion wheat. New Roma also is known for serving huge sandwiches that won't break your bank account. The salad menu includes traditional tuna salad and crab salad, both topped with a creamy ranch dressing. Pizza, made with New Roma's light and crispy dough, is also a favorite of the lunch crowd.

The California State Railroad...

by cmoore4

The California State Railroad Museum
The California State Railroad Museum is a great place to visit. They have many engines and railcars spanning a long period of California history. Rail travel was key to the openning up of the West and Sacramento was a major rail hub, the western terminus of the transcontinental line. The Museum has interesting exhibits on the history of railroading.

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Address: 3825 Rosin Court, Sacramento, California, 95834, United States