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... ve seen countless times before in films etc... but to actually drive over it is another matter.
We were dropped off at the Pier and decided to walk back to our hotel, stopping en route to look at the impressive buildings.
Tonight we're off to a baseball museum which doubles as a bar - sounds like the perfect place to do some research ahead of going to our first game on ...
... structures - a great place to satisfy all your senses and get some creative ideas.
We went to two seminars - one on gardens abroad in Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales with the odd one in Italy and France thrown in, and a more instructional one on " fountainscaping" your garden. Get ready Jim! We cruised around for most of the day, oohing and ahhing at plants and garden structures we covet, with a nice break for a ...
... She was advised to move west (she lived in Connecticut) and build a house. So long as she did not stop building, she would be safe from harm.
In 1884 she found an unfinished farm house in San Jose and started her building project. She had 3 teams of carpenters working around the clock to build and re build her house. Often when rooms were completed, she would have them re done. When she finally died in 1922 they downed tools for the ...
... an audio tour. The prison was never at full capacity and seems very small, the cells are eery and the audio is narrated by wardens and inmates to give you a true sense of what it would have been like. You actually start feeling bad for the inmates when you learn about how they had to live especially those in solitary confinement who had 2 hours of daylight a week. The most famous inmate here was Al Capone - the 'robin hood' of all ...
I may not be able to decide if big sur is the finest road to drive in the world but I can tell you the worst, most boring one. It is, by a long shot, the CN 99 from Bakersfield to Fresno. When you leave LA you join the I5 and climb steadily into the Tehachapi Mountains. It is very dramatic, with towering yellow coloured scrubland that rises into the clear blue sky. The temperature rose with it and we were perspiring gently in 85 degree temperatures by the time we'd reached 4000 feet. ...
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