The charm is simple—and highly photogenic—at this property, where old western actors like Roy Rogers used to get away between takes. Basically, I would not go with a " Mission" but rather to enjoy the area and see where life will take you from there This acre former estate of publishing magnate and UK ambassador Walter Annenberg and his wife Lenore, dubbed Sunnylandslets you peek into a lifestyle of the uber-rich and connected.
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