Motel 6 Sacramento Downtown

1415 30th Street, I-80 at the N Street exit, Sacramento, California, 95816, United States
Motel 6 Sacramento Downtown
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New years eve plans

by 800813

Just moved to sac and looking for somethin fun for me and my friends to do on new years eve. Hopefully something with good music like hip hop and r/b and good drinks. Any suggestions?

Re: New years eve plans

by xcrven

Welcome to Sacramento, hope you like it here....But, as for me, I will be home and probably asleep. That happens when you get older, so find a place and really enjoy yourself now!!!!!!

Re: New years eve plans

by reverend13

Old Sacramento is pretty cool. It may be difficult to hail a cab at the end of the evening but I think it's worth checking out. There are plenty of bars and restaurants. There are some clubs on L Street in Downtown. Also, Harlow's is a good place on J Street -- they have everything from salsa to old school R&B. Whatever you do, enjoy --

Re: Re: New years eve plans

by xcrven


Glad there are now at least 3 people from Sacramento on VT. Welcome Reverend.

Actually, as it turns out I won't be home in bed on New Year's Eve. I will be celebrating in Sweden. Got a terrific deal on airline tickets ($188 round trip to Stockholm if you can believe it, including taxes) so we will be visiting friends there and ringing in the new year with them.


Re: Re: New years eve plans

by jessicadf

Wow! Where'd you get those Stockholm tickets? Maybe that's what we should be doing for NYE!

Re: Re: New years eve plans

by xcrven

I got them through the Travel Zoo newsletter that is emailed every Wednesday. You have to jump fast to get the specials because they go fast. In fact, my wife was away at the time, so I got them and told her when she got home we were going to Sweden on Christmas Eve. Mayalsia Airlines (sp?) is just starting service to Stockholm, so this was a teaser I guess to get people to use them to go to Sweden.

You can subscribe to Travel Zoo, by going to


Re: Re: New years eve plans

by jessicadf

Thanks Jim -- I'll sign up for that newsletter!

Travel Tips for Sacramento

Just walk around. Grab a cup...

by politigal

Just walk around. Grab a cup of joe (or iced joe during the summer) and stroll around. The city is beautiful. Sacramento is unique becasue of the trees. We have over 5 million trees in down town alone, so when you are walking or driving down the streets in Sac, you forget that you are in the middle of a big city. The canopy keeps it cooler, brighter, quiter, like you are in a wonderful tunnel. It is an autumnal fireworks display when the leaves start changing in the fall and it is soothing oasis from the scorching sun during the hot summer months.

I doubt that anyone comes to...

by politigal

I doubt that anyone comes to California anymore without going to Napa for some wine tasting, and if you are coming and not tasting, I think you are wasting your trip!!! But, you don't have to fight the hellacious traffic in tiny Napa. Just a half an hour out of Sac is an excellent up and coming wine region known as Amamdor. I will most likely be shunned from the wine community for saying this but, I think Amador is more beautiful than Napa, and (ok I'm really skating on thin ice here)the wine is getting just as good. From Highway 50 East, take Highway 65 towards Jackson and you can follow the signs to some wonderful little wineries that aren't snobby enough to charge you for a tasting yet!! That translates into FREE WINE and what could possibly be more fun than that!?!?! Go here for info:

Good, Quick, Inexpensive Food

by WulfstanTraveller about Jack's Urban Eats

This is a simple, stylish diner where one orders food at the counter. It's quick, simple, and very inexpensive and the food is quite good. It is a great place to go for a quick, easy meal and particularly for salads. The salads are large and one can choose the combinations at the counter. The sandwhiches are also good, although we haven't had everything. The prices really are very low for what one gets in quantity and quality.

There are a few in the Sacramento area but the only one we've been to is the one in Midtown Sacramento (the old part of the city just east of Downtown). I also suspect that this is the primary and first one, but I don't know.

For what it is, this place really is great. It's a great place to go with kids, as well. It's also very popular later in the evening.

The beautiful California State Capitol building.

by Waalewiener

This was a feast for your eyes ,very very beautiful building.
This building was completed in 1874 .
This building is surrounded by a beautiful Park,the flowers we saw were absolutely beautiful.

Sutter's Fort

by WulfstanTraveller

This is the nucleus of the original Mexican-era settlement at Sacramento founded in 1839 by Swiss settler John Sutter. It is quite large, with substantial walls, blockhouses, and numerous shops, rooms, etc., inside. They also have demonstrations of artillery, musketry, flour milling, medical care, and more.

Its place in history secured by its role several events. It was here that people heard word of the Donner Party disaster. More importantly, Sutter and his partner, James Marshall, built a mill at Sutter's Mill near Coloma to the NE in order to provide lumber to ship to San Francisco and elsewhere. At the mill, Marshall found gold, setting off the Gold Rush that turned California into what it is now, made a boomtown out of Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, and numerous other places, and led to the ruin of Sutter's grand plans for leading, and profiting from, settlement of the region. During the Gold Rush, Sutter's son in coordination with several other settlers founded the city of Sacramento just to the west of the fort.


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 Motel 6 Sacramento Downtown

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Address: 1415 30th Street, I-80 at the N Street exit, Sacramento, California, 95816, United States