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Happy Monday Morning, hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are at least through your first cup of coffee!
In this week's edition of Miscellaneous Monday, I want to talk about your favorite hometown attractions, restaurants, quirks, and quaint qualities. (hooray for alliteration)
Are you from West Philadelphia, born and raised? Show me the playground where you spent most of your days: chillin out maxin and relaxin all cool.
Are you from Barcelona and close your eyes, pretending you're dancing in the street?
When you're representing the west coast in San Francisco, do you remember to wear flowers in your hair?
Here are a few of my favorite spots in Sacramento, California :)
Tower Bridge in Downtown Sacramento - The population of Sacramento more than doubled between 1910 and 1935, so Sacramento had to replace the older M street bridge which could not handle a large volume of traffic. This bridge was constructed in 1934 and is now considered a historic place.
Rick's Dessert Diner in Midtown Sacramento - This 50's-themed restaurant has been open in downtown Sacramento for over 30 years! They've introduced over 285 desserts over the years, and it's a great place to grab a milkshake, or a slice of cake, and maybe have a little champagne.
The California State Railroad Museum in Historic Old Town Sacramento - 225,000 square feet of railroad exhibits, restored railcars from as far back as 1862, and an extensive educational program for elementary students. During the spring through fall, they host a 'river train excursion' where select trains are available for small day trips up and down the Sacramento river.