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Palace of Fine Arts

Palace of Fine Arts is an incredible beautiful remnant from the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. It was rebuilt in 1965 and renovated in 2009. You can see it’s stunning view at sunset. The underside of the Palace rotunda’s dome displays eight huge insets murals. Four depicted the conception and birth of Art, “its commitment to the Earth, its progress and acceptance by...Read More

Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge has been a worldwide iconic piece of architecture painted in orange red primer. It is one of the world’s longest suspension bridge. There are a number of movies that contains scenes of the Golden Gate Bridge. Each Golden Gate Bridge tower has 600,000 rivets. There are also poems of the Golden Gate Bridge written...Read More

Explore San Francisco on The Big Bus

San Francisco is a huge city with plenty attractions. If you are taking the bart like I did as I was staying in Pleasanton, I recommend you to drop off at at Powell St. Bart Station as there is a Visitor Information Center where you can get different maps, make inquiries as well as book trips too. Instead of...Read More

Morro Bay State Park

Morro Bay State Park features lagoon and natural bay habitat. The Morro rock is a remnant volcanic plug that has emerged from the Pacific Ocean more than 20 million years ago. Now it has become a protected nesting ground for numerous peregrine falcons. There is more than 200 bird species recorded and a yearly bird...Read More

Bixby Creek Bridge

Bixby Creek bridge is the world’s tallest reinforced concrete open-spandrel arch which was built in 1932. It is also one of the most photographed bridges on the West Coast because of its breathtaking view. There is a viewpoint on the northern side of the bridge where you can find some parking space by the road side....Read More

Rocky Creek Bridge

Driving along the reinforced concrete open-spandrel arch Rocky Creek bridge which was built in 1932. This bridge was only a few miles south of Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Carmel Beach

At the foot of Ocean Avenue, there is a huge blanket of fine crystalline sand. At the beach, life is different. A day moves not from hour to hour but leaps from mood to moment. We go with the currents, plan around the tides, follow the sun. Carmel beach is located within Carmel-by-the-sea which has numerous...Read More

Half Moon Bay Beach

Half Moon Bay Beach is a scenic coastline located in San Mateo County which is formed by five beaches; Roosevelt, Dunes, Venice, Francis and Cowell Ranch.

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