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Traveling trudy

Course Number: ECON 1111, Fall 2011

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Todays trip takes me to a place that is one of the most beautiful and most photographed places in the world. It south end. My tour guide takes me across on links San Francisco and Marion County, and partially covers Fort Point, a historic Civil War era masonry building on the a double decker bus as he explains that this project was completed in more than four years at a cost of $35 million and was opened to...

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trip Todays takes me to a place that is one of the most beautiful and most photographed places in the world. It south end. My tour guide takes me across on links San Francisco and Marion County, and partially covers Fort Point, a historic Civil War era masonry building on the a double decker bus as he explains that this was project completed in more than four years at a cost of $35 million and was opened to vehicular traffic on May 28, 1937. It was designed by Joseph Baerman Strauss. He proved that this project could be done despite the swift current, deep water, and strong winds. What project am I visiting? Sanfricso golden bridge

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