Pacifica Motor Inn
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... less impressive 10 clams in watery sauce for $20 in San Francisco. We’ve ridden horses and cable cars; we’ve hiked down canyons and up mountains.
And in my mind, all these memories are glued together by our time on some of the most wonderful roads; through the mountains and over the plains, alongside railways and rushing mountain steams, over the Ohio, the Mississippi, the Rio Grande and the ...
... Communist Party of the day. Maybe the reason for this was that most of the leadership had come from the anarcho-syndicalist "One Big Union" movement which had been so strong on the Pacific Coast a generation before. Maybe it was because you can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant, I'm not really sure. Despite a river of theories no one is. Whatever attracted such left-of-centre activity, the vibe remains to this day as a palpable beacon which attracts and invites ...
... nervous walking along and had to grab Kate in fear for my life! We returned via bus before we headed out for the evening-sunburnt! Shuttle to Union Square we visited Ted Baker, Forever 21 and Disney before Kate treated herself to a ring in Pandora. We had a lovely meal and drink in Straight before heading back. Approached by a lovely black homeless man who tried to tell us a joke (why us?!) before returning back to the ...
... Airlines with their little numbered boarding passes seem positively genteel.
To further endear this leg of the trip to us, after takeoff we find that it was a "dry" flight, not a drop of alcohol on board. So we “enjoyed” an extremely long flight with nearly everyone standing in the aisles leaning over you to yell up and down the aircraft to what must have been long lost family members that they were afraid they were ...
... including Yosemite Valley), Sequoia, Grand Canyon and Mt. Rainier as National Parks.
John Muir, his wife and two daughters lived and worked in the Alhambra Valley for 32 years. The family owned 2,600 acres, of which about 2,200 were used for growing a variety of fruit. John Muir NHS acquired the John Muir mansion and 326 acres of oak woodland in 1993. This site has been open to the public since the ...