A visit to this California mission is to take a step back in time. It was founded July 14, 1771 and due to its remote location, looks like it would have almost 250 years ago. We attended the...
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St. Anthony of Padua is famous for helping people find lost objects. How fitting, then, that the mission named for him requires an invocation of him. It's tucked within Fort Hunter-Liggett,...
The out-of-the-way mission. A thirty minute drive from the 101 through the fort Hunter-Liggett training area and you'll eventually end up at the Mission San Antonio de Padua. This mission is very...
3 rd mission in the California mission chain. Least visited mission since it's on Army base. Nicely restored and preserved. Built in 1771 by Franciscan explorer.
Mission is appx. 25 miles off the 101 freeway. It is isolated. You need go through the entrance of the Army Reserve to get to the destination. When you see a white building on top of a hill,...