The Myrtles

People love a good story, and sometimes the truth isn’t fun enough, even if it has the power to leave behind many spirits. The Myrtles is one such place. The plantation has seen its far share of despair, death, and tragedy, yet none of it is quite what the current residents would have us to... Continue Reading →

The Whaley House

San Diego is considered the birthplace of California. Father Junipero Serra established the mission of San Diego de Alcala on Presidio Hill on July 16, 1769. During the early 1820s, a small Mexican community was created that eventually became El Pueblo San Diego by 1835. Since it become the first permanent Spanish settlement in California,... Continue Reading →

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