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Places We Remember

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Fifth-graders from Ivanhoe Elementary in Silver Lake experience Eastern weather on a class trip. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
ALAMOS, MEXICO: The Estudiantina, a group of students in period costume, entertains guests at Casa de los Tesoros hotel. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
FIGEAC, FRANCE: Antiques beckon visitors in the town’s historic core. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
ZIHUATANEJO, MEXICO: With its thatched roofs and adobe walls, the luxury Casa Que Canta seems to spill over a cliff. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
HOOD RIVER, ORE.: A kite boarder skims the Columbia River in this mecca for lovers of extreme water sports. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
ASHEVILLE, N.C.: Completed in 1895 and still owned by the Vanderbilt family, the 250-room Biltmore Estate is the baronial highlight of Appalachia’s cultural capital. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
PIE TOWN, N.M.: A sign on a road trip along U.S. 60 tells drivers to stop in the home of dueling dessert shops. (CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS / Los Angeles Times)
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