What to Do in Chinatown, San Francisco – The Oldest & Largest Chinatown in the United States

I find it hard to imagine ever being bored of San Francisco. I fell in love with it from Day 1, when I looked out the window of the rented car and stared up at the Golden Gate Bridge, its tops lost in the bay’s infamous fog. I fell in love with the city’s steep,… Read More What to Do in Chinatown, San Francisco – The Oldest & Largest Chinatown in the United States

Learn About the California Gold Rush@Sacramento History Museum, California

Welcome to the next part of my post on Sacramento, where we explore the old part of town! After a heavy lunch, E & I walked off the calories at the Sacramento History Museum, a museum dedicated to the California Gold Rush and the city’s history. It was nearly closing time and we only had… Read More Learn About the California Gold Rush@Sacramento History Museum, California

Food Review: Joe’s Crab Shack, Old Sacramento California

We allocated a day to explore Sacramento Old Town –  good call, seeing that there are plenty of things to see and do here. Apart from museums and buildings with interesting architecture and history, there are also loads of shops selling everything from traditional Native American crafts aand costumes to souvenirs and even joke items. Sacramento… Read More Food Review: Joe’s Crab Shack, Old Sacramento California

Candy Heaven, Old Sacramento – The Sweetest Place on Earth

A place where you can eat candy and chocolate to your heart’s content – sounds like every child’s (and even some adults!) dream. And Candy Heaven in Old Sacramento, California is exactly that. Sweets and candy of every shade and flavor imaginable line the colorful walls, which are painted over with rainbows and flying wizards…..… Read More Candy Heaven, Old Sacramento – The Sweetest Place on Earth