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The Pony Express predates the telegraph as the fastest method of postal service communication in operation between 1860-61, spanning several states and 1,900 miles. Hidden within the UC Davis Arboretum is a commemorative marker dedicated to the Pony Express station that existed at that location in 1860. The Solano House station served as horse and rider swapping point between Sacramento and Benicia for riders headed to San Francisco.  #tbt #throwbackthursday

The Pony Express predates the telegraph as the fastest method of postal service communication in operation between 1860-61, spanning several states and 1,900 miles. Hidden within the UC Davis Arboretum is a commemorative marker dedicated to the Pony Express station that existed at that location in 1860. The Solano House station served as horse and rider swapping point between Sacramento and Benicia for riders headed to San Francisco. #tbt #throwbackthursday

Visit the iconic landmark, spanning San Francisco Bay and connecting Marin County to The City. The bridge site also features free horse rides near the landing point, where visitors will find wearable horses, and free tours by balloon, car, wagon or boat. Explore the foggy scenery — leave your heart in San Francisco!

Visit the iconic landmark, spanning San Francisco Bay and connecting Marin County to The City. The bridge site also features free horse rides near the landing point, where visitors will find wearable horses, and free tours by balloon, car, wagon or boat. Explore the foggy scenery — leave your heart in San Francisco!

Trains! Boats! Bikes! Horses! The town of Tiburon has it all (even if “Blackie” the horse is actually a bronze statue). Located on a peninsula that points south toward San Francisco, there are spectacular water views from almost any point in Tiburon or its sister town of Belvedere. It may be a quick drive from SF, but a visit to this tourist-friendly Marin town almost always feels like a...

Play Tourist for a Day in Tiburon and Belvedere

Trains! Boats! Bikes! Horses! The town of Tiburon has it all (even if “Blackie” the horse is actually a bronze statue). Located on a peninsula that points south toward San Francisco, there are spectacular water views from almost any point in Tiburon or its sister town of Belvedere. It may be a quick drive from SF, but a visit to this tourist-friendly Marin town almost always feels like a...

Trains! Boats! Bikes! Horses! The town of Tiburon has it all (even if “Blackie” the horse is actually a bronze statue). Located on a peninsula that points south toward San Francisco, there are spectacular water views from almost any point…

Play Tourist for a Day in Tiburon and Belvedere

Trains! Boats! Bikes! Horses! The town of Tiburon has it all (even if “Blackie” the horse is actually a bronze statue). Located on a peninsula that points south toward San Francisco, there are spectacular water views from almost any point…

Dark Horse Inn in San Francisco, CA: Friendly staff. Menu is on point. Great brunch joint for a morning game. Ricotta pancakes, kalua benedict, corn beef hash, and bottomless coffee. Find more places to watch the World Cup in the USA: http://pin.it/AeGWA1a

Dark Horse Inn in San Francisco, CA: Friendly staff. Menu is on point. Great brunch joint for a morning game. Ricotta pancakes, kalua benedict, corn beef hash, and bottomless coffee. Find more places to watch the World Cup in the USA: http://pin.it/AeGWA1a

SF's 6 Best Disregarded Monuments - The Bold Italic - San Francisco / Colombo Market Archway  In the late 1800s, the southern neighborhoods from Lake Merced to Bayview were largely populated by produce farmers. Families would load their horse-drawn wagons with produce and make the hours long trek to the Colombo Produce Market at what is now Sydney G. Walton Square. The market was called “the greatest vegetable market in the world” and was a vital point of commerce in San Francisco for almost…

SF’s 6 Best Disregarded Monuments — The Bold Italic — San Francisco

SF's 6 Best Disregarded Monuments - The Bold Italic - San Francisco / Colombo Market Archway In the late 1800s, the southern neighborhoods from Lake Merced to Bayview were largely populated by produce farmers. Families would load their horse-drawn wagons with produce and make the hours long trek to the Colombo Produce Market at what is now Sydney G. Walton Square. The market was called “the greatest vegetable market in the world” and was a vital point of commerce in San Francisco for almost…

Fort Point National Historic Site - Featured on RueBaRue.  Dubbed “the Gibralter of the West Coast,” Fort Point National Historic Site is a military fort from 1861, built to protect San Francisco from Confederate warships during the Civil War.

Fort Point National Historic Site - Featured on RueBaRue. Dubbed “the Gibralter of the West Coast,” Fort Point National Historic Site is a military fort from 1861, built to protect San Francisco from Confederate warships during the Civil War.

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