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You can park across the street from the building with the Coke cup, but look out for the bees in the bushes![Jessica, 09/16/2012]
- 1804 Arena Way, Sacramento, CA
- Off I-5 freeway at the Truxel Road Exit in the Natomas area of Sacramento. Arena Way at Gateway Park Blvd.
Park in the gravel patch across the street for easy photos.[Kellie Parker, 04/10/2010]
Located on the south east corner of Arena Way and Gateway Park Blvd is a giant 3 story coke cup with a straw. At least it's Classic Coke! Evidently this is a Coca Cola bottling plant or distribution center. It is the only building in this area of any distinction.
Can be seen 24 hours a day from the street and is illuminated at night[Phil Pasquini, 11/20/2008]
- Sacramento, California - Delta King Riverboat
An authentic 285-foot riverboat from 1927. And in the early '80s it was sunk for 18 months until someone rescued it and brought it to Old Sacramento. It was restored and is now a very nice restaurant and hotel. Now it is permanently moored and no longer moves.[Maranda, 02/19/2009]
- 1000 Front St., Sacramento, CA
- Along the Sacramento River in Old Sacramento.
- Free to view, otherwise make a reservation.
A memorial plaque for Senator Capitol Kitty, a friendly, feral, black cat that lived on the state capitol grounds for 13 years (1991-2004). Former California First Lady Sharon Davis featured the popular cat in her children's book, "The Adventures of Capitol Kitty: An Almost True Story."[M.Maki, 07/16/2009]
13 years of bad luck as state legislators crossed Senator Capitol Kitty's path. That explains everything!
- N Street., Sacramento, CA
- N St between 10th St and 15th St. 30 paces past the South exit to the Capitol. Underneath "tree tour #73" along the curved sidewalk.