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Anything but Humble: Hearst Castle

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Fly over the mansion William Randolph Hearst built and George Bernard Shaw deemed, "The place God would've built if he had the money."

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The Pacific Coast Highway of California offers spectacular views while traveling along the edge of American culture. Buckle up for a non-stop flight over the mansion William Randolph Hearst built, the town Clint Eastwood governed and the farmland where Marilyn Monroe once held the title of Miss Artichoke. We soar over beaches and wine country, across Big Sur redwoods, under the Golden Gate Bridge and into the heart and soul of this magnificent state.

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