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So what if you decide that Woodland just might be a little more interesting than Sacramento when you arrive at the Sacramento International Airport. Well out front of the main terminals you will see a sign posted for the bus. Every hour at 3/4 past a bus leaves the airport for Woodland and Davis (a similar bus also goes into Sacramento). The bus is operated by the Yolo County Transit System. The fare for the 17 mile ride into downtown Woodland is just $ 1.50 with senior fares 95 cents. A taxi ride into Woodland would run you about $ 45.
Written Oct 20, 2011
This independent bookstore is located in one of Woodland's old brick rice mills. The store is very large and has a nice selection of books and gift items. They have added a small cafe with assorted coffee drinks, pastries, and sweets. Note: The Next Chapter will be moving soon to the old Cranston Building on Main Street, Woodland.
What to pay: The going rate.
Updated Jun 29, 2004
Address: 622 Main St., Woodland, CA
Favorite thing: take the walking tour of historic and architecturally intersting homes. Several years ago, one of these jewels was awarded first- place in the nation for the quality of its restoration by the Trust for Historic Places. A picture booklet for use in touring Woodland is available at City Hall. Woodland is an enjoyable place with a friendly small town atmosphere.
Fondest memory: I live here, so there are so many fond memories that I could write a tome.
Written Aug 24, 2002