Mission Trail

Mission Trail

: see Camino Real, ElCamino Real, El
[Span.,=The Royal Road]. There are Camino Reals in most former Spanish possessions, including four in former Spanish territory in the United States. Probably the best-known American trail of this name, also called the Mission Trail, leads north from San Diego to
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As part of San Antonio's Mission Trail, the Alamo recently joined the list of United Nations World Heritage Sites, an honor bestowed on just more than 1,000 landmarks worldwide, placing it in company with the Taj Mahal, Stonehenge and the Great Wall.
These letters are addressed to Timothy and Titus respectively, friends of Paul's on the mission trail. Timothy enters the story in Acts, Chapter 16.
Edward Readicker-Henderson last wrote about his tour of California's El Camino Real in "The Mission Trail" (Jul/Aug).
Efficiency of spaces incorporating healing design elements on a limited budget characterizes Mission Trail Baptist Hospital.
Landmark: The re-creation of 1817 Mission San Rafael Arcangel, 20th on the Mission Trail, was built in 1949.
As a resident Californian, it's always been a convenient pleasure to tour our famed mission trail, the oldest outposts of Christianity in the Golden State.
There are five tours being offered including a Historic San Antonio Mission Trail tour and a Segway Tour of Downtown San Antonio.
At the same time, Fremont followed the Mission Trail, El Camino Real, in reverse from Sonoma to San Diego.
From the House floor, Scott maintained that, "Nineteen of the 21 missions that comprise California's historic mission trail are currently owned by the Roman Catholic Church; they operate as active parishes and hold regularly scheduled religious services.
For now, though, the reservation's visitors are those willing to wander a little off the customary California mission trail. In its modest, unpretentious way, San Antonio de Pala offers a thread back to California's past more viscerally than its better-known counterparts.
Beyond enormous sand dunes, which forced Anza to detour, the path turns north again through the Anza Borrego Desert and over mountains into the Los Angeles Basin, where the emigrants picked up the mission trail to Monterey.

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