After a long drive we reached La Honda, California in the darkness. La Honda is about an hour south from San Francisco, in the middle of a deep dark forest, and that’s where our friend Emily lives. 1,307 more words
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On this date in 1913, the South Coast Improvement Association met, President Philip Stanton presiding.
It was announced that Pacific Electric Railway President Shoup had arranged for hourly “Flyer” service on the Newport line, meaning that there would be no way stops between Los Angeles and the Willowville Junction (where the Blue Line meets Long Beach Boulevard at Willow Street today) in either direction. 69 more words
At just over six hundred and fifty miles in length, and running along much of the coast of California, the Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most popular road trip destinations in the United States. 72 more words