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... Palisades, CA is a huge 64 acre complex overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is the former home of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty. Recently, it got a $275 million upgrade.
You enter through a pavilion that leads into four Roman gardens with roses, ivy, fruit trees, shrubs, swimming pools, fish ponds, fountains and numerous sculptures. There is an herb garden, a 450 seat outdoor theater, a 250 seat indoor auditorium, a temple, ...
... hostess was very nice and said, "Your table is ready, Lilly. Please follow me." and off we went. Once we sat down, Lilly remembered that she had forgotten her favorite paper doll, Wonder Woman, so Papa walked back with her to get it. The dinner was delightful, Lilly got to bed somewhat on time and we went back to the RV for a good night's rest - a great birthday! ...
... the cliff top and down onto the rocks by the coast. On our way back to the car we saw some curious animals scuttering about the cmpground. Closer investigation revealed that we had found squirels ducking in and out of the holes they were digging, making a real mess of the campground. I found a box of light anywhere matches and cannot wait to trade them in for the kiwi safety matches.
We had lunch today at Bixby Bridge which passes over ...
... of flaking paint and steel. We made our way around the cells and through to the yard outside where 1 hour of outside time was allowed a day. This area bore the brunt of the cold harsh winds that battered the island and many of the inmates would cherish this very Hour in the outside world, enjoying what little sunshine and sky that they could get. We went to the library, visitation room and the kitchen area where many many inmates ...
... Half Moon was our first stop. It is a smallish place on the west coast. Yesterday we had passed one winery after another, today it was garden centres. We thought we might go and see the sea, but the nice young girl wanted to charge us $8 to park, and as we only wanted to take a picture, we smiled, stopped to take the picture and drove out again. All the State Beaches wanted the same exorbitant fee, but there was invariably a stopping place along the road just a ...