Union Street Inn
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... of NY Central Park fame did not want to take on as he stated it was unfeasible. A 4'10" Scotsman named McLellan took it on and, working until he was 96, created this wonderful green space now used as a playground/breathing space for the city. Thursday 20 November Route 1 is the old coastal road and provides an impressive view of the coastal area. Sometimes the rollers of the Pacific dominate the scene. Sometimes the cliffs or the dunes of fields of crops are most ...
... of overwhelming beauty and oxygen induced energetic minds and bodies. We saw some animals in the park as well. Sadly we didn't spot any brown bears :( despite me having glued my face to the window for the entire trip. Quick trivia....the term Teddy Bear derives its name from a visit by Thoerdore Roosevlet to the park many moons ago. He was sitting with some folk when they spotted a baby brown bear. The one dude got his riffle out ready for the kill, when Teddy (as ...
... my eye out in the bay was Alcatraz. This prison island was far closer to civilization -- at least geographically -- than I imagined it to be all these years. Its isolation was complete, however, considering that San Francisco Bay is the area with the highest number of shark attacks in the world. (Who would have thought? Apparently it's the surfers, who, paddling out on their boards look to sharks below them just like seals or ...
... our afternoon with Singers of the Street was awesome. Again a sense of community & caring, they are a support for each other with their daily struggles & you can see this choir is the backbone of their support system. We all have our **** to deal with & never know how or when our life could suddenly change. I felt humbled by their determination to succeed & their voices lifted me to new heights of appreciation for all that I have & all that I ...
... most inept would-be immigrants to the States ever.)
Alcatraz was originally a military fortress and was turned into a prison to house the gangsters during the prohibition. It held many famous inmates including Al Capone, "Machine Gun" Kelly and Robert Stroud or "the Birdman of Alcatraz". He spent most of his time on Alcaraz in solitary confinement and wasn't allowed to keep birds! I'll never believe what I see in a film again. The prison was a ...