137***66I actually visited in June 2018, however due to travelling all over the world for the last 18 months, I am just in the process of writing all the reviews. What a brilliant tour! I did the Underground Tour which focuses on the flooding problem in the city back in the 1850-60s. Our tour guide, Rose, was dressed in period clothing and she was very entertaining throughout the hour tour! The tour starts above ground and offers two separate opportunities to go underground to the original city level. The tour also includes some personal stories about people who lived in that time period as well as local businesses in operation. There’s also an underground space which was cemented over the top of the original first floor which has preserved a lot of the belongings left behind from that time period which is pretty cool! It was a really interesting tour! I 100% recommend doing this!
The top three places where you would most probably find the love of tequila is , one inside a chilled rimmed glass of margarita, second inside a piping and enticing shot glass and third as a T-shirt fodder for those pre teens exploring alcohol.Well one must note that Tequila is most definitely not just a T-shirt fodder, the drink that has kept many lovers company and many party animals through sleepless nights, tequila is fit for consumption for all kinds of occasions, whether its your wedding or your breakup, pop open a bottle of tequila and do yourselves a favour and make a great cocktail out of it. America is thriving on tequila supply, and it isn’t fair to say that all the fun is for the latin americans. When people can cross borders why can’t mezcal and tequila do the same.
Step back in time with a trip to Old Sacramento.
As one of the communities at the forefront of the Gold Rush, it’s been carefully preserved with buildings, railways, museums and memorials that both celebrate and commemorate its role in U.S. history.
Horse-drawn carriages clank down streets that are lined with old-fashioned courthouses and schoolhouses.
A train offers regular rides through the city.
Visitors can check out everything from a centuries-old governor’s mansion to an authentic terminal for the Pony Express.
There are many fun things to do in Sacramento, but there’s something special about its historic district.
Maybe it’s because the Gold Rush was such a defining era of U.S. history, and Old Sacramento was right in the thick of it.
You won’t want to miss this slice of the good old days when the gold was flowing and anyone could strike it rich.