Saturday, September 1

The Train Museum in Sacramento is a world-class American history lesson that even appeals to non-train buffs. New exhibits, bright, shiny cars and engines, models, numerous wax-made workers and presentations keep you busy taking pictures during your visit. An outdoor train station and working steam passenger train let you experience 19th century transportation first hand.

Ryan, Liz and Angel came back with great stories of what they saw. After spending time in the museum, they walked and shopped around Old Town Sacramento, which is all to eager to get your money. Located right on the Sacramento River, a taste of nostalgia (albeit, we weren't born in its heyday) is in the air while rambling over the boardwalks and cobblestone streets.

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