The Restoration is Excellent. This is one of my favorite Movies of all Time. This is a classic. I bought it as a birthday gift for my mother, who is a big Clark Gable fan. Get to know the area. This Northern California Wine Country tour from San Francisco eliminates the hassle of arguing over who is the designated driver for the trip. Stop at various wineries in Napa and Sonoma and ride safely in an air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and an onboard restroom for comfort and convenience.
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Club 36 is closed. The beach in the day time and dinner cruises in the evening watching the sun set over the mountains! I haven't seen her in over 30 years now but was told she just sold another bar on Mission Street named the Phone Booth. She must be over 80 now but still looks good.
Her secret she told me over 30 years ago, "I use Preparation H on my face, around my eyes, it tightens up everything! The only problem is if it gets in your eyes, lots of tears! But then, anything to look young! W e also went to an after hours cabaret in the tenderloin named the Glided Cage , downtown San Francisco, where all the actors from the Broadway plays would stop by for a drink and be entertained by the locals on stage between two and six AM.
This way one never had to stop having fun! We saw many famous people there. Charles Pierce , the famous impersonator worked there doing his rendition of Bette Davis! He eventually even had a show in Las Vegas! Then another impersonator was so funny, looked like an old English man in a sports coat when at a bar but, put a dress on him and high heels and he looked like a million. They put a swing on the stage and he would dress up like Scarlet O'Hara in Gone With the Wind and he would sing and swing out over the crowd to cat calls and jeers.
I heard later, he had one of the first breast implants, big ones! Talk about scary. This took place in the Club downtown and I, of course, coming from the mid-west, was slightly naive!
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