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CITINERARY: San Francisco – SE

Day trip by train… from Yerba Buena to Chinatown… around Union Square… and back: Yerba Buena is where it all began. As one of San Francisco’s first neighborhoods, the district has seen times as a gold prospector’s camp and as … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: PARIS

Welcome to Paris, the City of… Cats! There are … million people living here in the capital of France, one big river… dozens of monuments, dozens of churches, dozens of museums… and thousands of cats. This is the 2019 CITINERARY … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Hakone

Founded in 1969, IT is the first outdoor, open-air museum of art in Japan. IT creates a harmonic balance of nature and art by exhibiting sculptures with views of the surrounding valley and mountains. The permanent collection is comprised of … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Magritte’s Fifth Season

A curious children itinerary for a playful exhibit… René Magritte: The Fifth Season is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the artist’s late career, from the 1940s through the 1960s, a period of remarkable artistic transformation and revitalization. The … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Science Museum: Mathematics

The Science Museum’s Mathematics: The Winton Gallery tells the story of how mathematics has shaped our world. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, the new gallery spans 400 years of human ingenuity and brings mathematical history to life through the design … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Royal Albert Hall

This monument records the success of the Great Exhibition, the international exhibition held in Hyde Park in 1851 organised by Henry Cole and Prince Albert. The success of the 1851 exhibition paid for the construction of not only the Royal … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Old Downtown Santa Clara

This Old Downtown Santa Clara Marker consists of three panels of photographs with captions. This Spanish-style building is the only survivor of Santa Clara’s historic downtown. The work of art, carved in teak wood and weighing nearly 300 pounds, “is … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Pacific Grove

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CITINERARY: San Jose Art & History

Art & history citinerary… in downtown San Jose… on the 240th anniversary of San Jose! In the 1950s and 1960s, diving ladies appeared on US motel signs to advertise the presence of swimming pools. Once a common sight off the … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Râșnov Fortress

Unlike Bran, the Râșnov Fortress had many buildings, including houses, a school, a chapel… unlike Peleş, a royal residence, Râșnov Fortress is known as “the peasant Citadel Râşnov”. Looking back in time we’ve realized that Râșnov Fortress is a perfect … Continue reading

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