Tours / Museums, Sacramento

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    My relativity to the immediate areas- PF Chang

    by josephljtwrk Updated Mar 7, 2005

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    PF Changs

    Just one block up south are five or six Restaurants, Aioli, Creepville, Zacalo, Dragonfly and a coffeehouse called Java City. Two others are out of sight but not out of mind. To the west up 2 blocks stood two other restuarants PF Changs and Mikuni's. There are too many pubs around my apartment to describe. To the east just one block there is the Old Spagetti Factory and a asian restuarant with take out called the Blossom.

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    Jelly Belly Candy Company free tour

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    From San Francisco take I-80 East toward Sacramento. At Fairfield, exit I-80 onto Hwy. 12/Rio Vista. Right at first light onto Beck Avenue. Right onto Courage Dr., right onto No. Watney Way and right onto Jelly Belly Lane. Visitors should always call to verify dates and hours of operation prior to planning their visit.
    For further tour information call (707) 428-2838.

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  • The Crocker Art Museum. It's...

    by Lithiate Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The Crocker Art Museum. It's not exactly a secret, but many people overlook the Crocker because it's very nature suggests it would be boring. Wrong! The Crocker is a fantastic place to relax and enjoy the history of Sacramento in a gorgeous old Victorian mansion. My favorite is the ballroom.

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    The Pony Express Statue marks...

    by Jeannette1 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Pony Express Statue marks the Western Terminus Site of this mail service. On 1860 the first rider left Sacramento to start mail on a 1966 mile run to St. Joseph, Missouri, the Eastern Terminus. There were 121 known riders and 119 relay stations along the trail.

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