Following the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire, San Francisco was inspired to show the world how it had risen from the ashes. So, in 1910, business and civic leaders convened to discuss making the city the site of the century’s first great world’s fair, a grand exposition to honor the completion of the Panama Canal. In two hours, $4 million was raised and San Francisco beat competitors like New Orleans and Washington, D.C. to host the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
The last time I went to the popular Mrs Macquarie's Chair in Sydney for sunset was 7 years back. Having lived about 10 minutes drive from here for the last four years and with the prospect of some colour at sunset I headed back. And I got lucky with a late flourish of reds and oranges whilst the opera house had began to light up.
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