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San Juan Capistrano, Stany Zjednoczone

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Atrakcja, którą organizuje JJ -Judith

90 min
Obejmuje napoje, bilety
Do 8 osób
Języki atrakcji: angielski

Co będziecie robić

We’ll meet at the railroad crossing at the bottom of Verdugo street in downtown SJC, and immediately begin our walking tour across the tracks to the entrance gate of the oldest adobe, on the oldest residential street of California. You will learn how deep ranchero roots run here, where the 9th, 10th, and 11th generation of the Rios family still live. A few steps north past the hollowed out Pepper tree and its’ own folktale, is another 2 room adobe. Folklore and historic fact begin to blend as I guide guests inside more structures including 19th century bungalows and the 1895 Santa Fe train depot. Across the RR tracks from this landmark as we step inside one 1868 board and batten, the most compelling story of Modesta Avila will be shared. By opening a window into her young life just 15 ft from the railroad tracks, and retracing her steps past the current depot where she protested in an act of defiant desperation against the powerful railroad with fatal consequence, you will undoubtedly understand why her spirit still haunts these properties. We finish our tour and more stories of apparitions by locals, with a complementary drink at the popular Trevors at the Tracks patio bar!
Other things to note
This cultural walking tour explores buildings on the National Registrar of Historic Places , some open to us as restaurants, cafes, boutiques, or operating train depot, others are private homes. Some we enter, some we may stand on their porches & in yards, and 2 jail cells as a guided tour.
We’ll meet at the railroad crossing at the bottom of Verdugo street in downtown SJC, and immediately begin our walking tour across the tracks to the entrance gate of the oldest adobe, on the oldest residential street of California. You will learn how deep ranchero roots run here, where the 9th, 10th, and 11th generation of the Rios family still live. A few steps north past the hollowed out Pepper tree and its’ own folktale, is another 2 room ad…

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Co obejmuje

  • Napoje
    A coupon toward a refreshment of choice, redeemable at the final stop, the...
  • Bilety
    A peek & step inside with me, your personal guide, into the jail cell in t...
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Oto Twój gospodarz – JJ -Judith

Gospodarz Airbnb od 2012
  • 9 recenzji
  • Tożsamość zweryfikowana
I am an architectural walking tour guide, design assistant with a local architectural firm, a photographic artist and 30 year resident of this historic southern California town, San Juan Capistrano. As an activist and community member of the non-profit Friends of the Library of SJC, and the SJC Historical Society, my interest in the earliest buildings of the oldest residential street in California, grew into a passion for this neighborhood's character and personalities. The 18th & 19th century adobes and board & batten bungalows and the historic 1895 Santa Fe train Depot adjacent to the railroad crossing where Amtrak/Metrolink stop daily, is rich with legendary residents who still haunt this hood! An intimate sharing of their stories, homes and spirits will keep this early ranchero life alive for you.
I am an architectural walking tour guide, design assistant with a local architectural firm, a photographic artist and 30 year resident of this historic southern California town, San Juan Capistrano. As an activist and community member of the non-profit Friends of the Library of SJC, and the SJC Historical Society, my interest in the earliest buildings of the oldest residential street in California, grew into a passion for this neighborhood's character and personalities. The 18th & 19th cent…
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Gdzie będziecie

After the historic Rios Adobe, the oldest still occupied residence in California, we stroll a few steps down to the Montanez, Avila, and Yorba adobes, glimpsing 19th century lives. We'll explore the 1870 Combs board and batten, a Craftsman bungalow, and the renovated and popular 1895 depot. Each stop includes tales of sheriffs, posses, judges or constables chasing outlaws or imprisoning protestors. The Wild West still haunts this hood!

Ocena 5,0 na 5 na podstawie 9 recenzji.

Pamela
luty 2020
Very engaging tour by a well-informed, passionate guide! Highly recommend it for anyone who wants to learn more about San Juan Capistrano’s early days as well as its lingering spirits.
Melanie
styczeń 2020
This history tour was very interesting, full of great tales of mystery and intrigue. Additionally we learnt of the architecture and current inhabitants. JJ was an excellent, witty host and I would gladly take another tour with her. San Juan Capistrano and the weather were all rather lovely.
This history tour was very interesting, full of great tales of mystery and intrigue. Additionally we learnt of the architecture and current inhabitants. JJ was an excellent, witty…
Seth
wrzesień 2019
Wife & I took the train down from LA for a day trip to San Juan Capistrano and had a great time on this tour. I knew the town had a rich history but I was surprised by some of the stories (you will be too!). JJ is a friendly, passionate host. Especially appreciated the drink at the end, at the bar next to the train tracks - very cool scene.
Wife & I took the train down from LA for a day trip to San Juan Capistrano and had a great time on this tour. I knew the town had a rich history but I was surprised by some of the…
Samantha
wrzesień 2019
Its a great historical tour of the cutest town on San Juan Capistrano. JJ was so warm and inviting and really passionate about the history
Robert
wrzesień 2019
This tour brings the history and early settlement of California to life. This trip really makes you feel connected to the area by learning what it used to be like and seeing first hand how much things have changed. JJ is also a ton of fun and knows the area well. If you're visiting from out of town she knows the local favorite and secret spots around town.
This tour brings the history and early settlement of California to life. This trip really makes you feel connected to the area by learning what it used to be like and seeing first…
Sarah
wrzesień 2019
Judith is a very colorful, outgoing person herself and longtime local resident who loves learning about San Juan history and giving walking tours. This tour had a particularly spooky, ghost focus which made it enjoyable around Halloween.

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Wymagania dla gości

W atrakcji może wziąć udział 8 gości. Muszą oni mieć ukończone 18 l. Rodzice mogą uczestniczyć z dziećmi, o ile mają one mniej niż dwa lata.

Co ze sobą zabrać

Comfortable walking shoes, their own water bottle to stay hydrated during warm weather, and customary caps and/or sun protection as needed during hot months.