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Denver Firefighters Museum

Denver firefighters Museum

The next morning we got ready and walked over to the Delectable Egg for a nice breakfast.  A few locals had recommended it the day before, so we made sure to check it out before we headed to the Denver Firefighters Museum.  The restaurant felt homey and had a country look with all of their chicken and rooster decorations.  The waitress was very friendly and we got our food really fast.

denver delectable egg eggs benedict

Eggs Benedict – Fresh hollandaise sauce poured over two poached eggs, sliced ham, all on top of a toasted English muffin with a side of house potatoes.  This was their specialty so I made sure to order it.  Everything went perfectly and I loved the seasoned potatoes.

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California Capitol Park

California Capitol Park

After the tour, we headed outside to the California Capitol Park.  It rained intermittently, and the grounds were very wet, but we had an umbrella and were determined to check everything out.

california capitol park the hiker

The first statue we saw was The Hiker, created to commemorate the American soldiers who fought in the Spanish-American War, the Boxer Rebellion and the Filipino-American War.

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Maidu Museum and Historic Site

Maidu Museum and Historic Site

Earlier this year we were in Northern California and stayed in Roseville for a couple of days for work.  We didn’t have a lot of time to look around, but managed to visit the Maidu Museum one afternoon.  The Maidu Museum and Historic Site has a very interesting exhibit on the local Native Americans found in the area, along with a really nice trail.

Roseville Maidu Museum

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