Photographic Print. Enchanting staircase at the AIDS Memorial Dell in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California.
The Conservatory of Flowers, Dahlia and Arizona Gardens, Tree Fern Dell, Aids Memorial Dell, Botanical Gardens are the best parts of Golden Gate Park and right at the very end, near the beach, two windmills which look so incongruous but were actually built in 1902 and 1905 to pump water throughout the park, an area of 3 miles by 1.5 miles, 1000 acres. The Conservatory contains a rare and exotic collection of tropical plants and flowers which create a lush environment. Opposite, across J.F.K. Drive is Tree Fern Dell which was referred to in the 1960s as Mescaline Grove, it has groves of Australian tree ferns as high as 20ft dating back to 1898. Its primeval tranquility was used as a location for Spock's final resting place on the Genesis planet in "The Wrath of Khan". This is on the opposite side of Conservatory of Flowers on John F. Kennedy Drive. Head back a little on J.F.K. Drive, take the 1st right onto Middle Drive East, take the 1st road left onto Bowling Green Drive. Take a pathway right onto the AIDS Memorial Grove which comes out through to a stream edged between two tiny pathways to a circular memorial wall in a well of trees. From this peaceful spot, the Memorial Dell, some enchanting steps curve upwards.
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