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Lower Town

The oldest part of Quebec City. An amazing area of galleries, shops, cafes, incredible architecture, flower baskets, cobblestone streets, and the waterfront.

Downtown Orlando

Great restaurants among moss-draped trees (Thornton Park), lit-up highrises at night (Orange Ave), and sun-worshippers enjoying Lake Eola Park.

Wilmington mansions and churches

Walk Market Street and its side streets to see gorgeous historic mansions and churches.

Telegraph Avenue, UC Berkeley

Wild street of sights and smells, ironically labeled a "Drug Free Zone."

Rue Saint-Louis and side streets

Very crowded street of historic buildings with restaurants and hotels, leading down to Chateau Frontenac.

Lakeside, Winter Park

Paradise! A casual cafe on the water with adirondack chairs, picnic tables, and a great breeze!

Charleston town

Waterfront town with beautiful harbor and French Quarter (Broad Street).

Heritage Square, Downtown Oxnard

A beautiful square with Victorian homes facing into it.

Southern Village Greenway, Chapel Hill

2.4 mile paved, intermittently shady greenway with varied sights!

French Quarter, Charleston

Nicest part of the city, with gorgeous buildings and churches, and waterfront park.

Duke University and Chapel, Durham

Gorgeous Gothic architecture, impressive chapel, and cute patios under leafy trees.

Rue Saint-Jean and side streets

Adorable architecture, lots of cafes, and a good bookstore.

Mount Dora town

Cute, hilly town on Lake Dora, with lots of cafes and shops.

Lower Town

The oldest part of Quebec City. An amazing area of galleries, shops, cafes, incredible architecture, flower baskets, cobblestone streets, and the waterfront.

Wilmington mansions and churches

Walk Market Street and its side streets to see gorgeous historic mansions and churches.

California Oil Museum, Santa Paula

Attractive museum with working 1890s oil rig kids can watch go up and down!

Citadelle de Quebec

Fantastic citadel to visit. Lots of beauty, and interesting. Well worth a tour!

Lower Town

The oldest part of Quebec City. An amazing area of galleries, shops, cafes, incredible architecture, flower baskets, cobblestone streets, and the waterfront.

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