11 is a beautiful hotel with all the conveniences and ammenities and short walk to the trolley station and entrance to the Old Town State Park. There is also the Western Inn, a nice boutique hotel with many ameni- ties including free wi-fi. There are many more historic sites and museums at the center of Old Town: the Whaley House Museum Complex is a County-owned park consisting of five historic buildings, the most famous of which is the Whaley House, believed by many to be the most haunted house in America in addition to housing the former county courthouse and San Diego’s first com- mercial theater; the Old Adobe Chapel, San Diego’s former parochial church and setting for the famous wedding of “Ramona,” is now a city-owned museum; the Church of the Immaculate Conception was formally dedicated in 1919; El Campo Santo Cemetery is the final resting place of nearly 500 nineteenth century residents including the Indian leader Antonio Garra and the notorious boat thief Yankee Jim Robinson; and you won’t want to miss the Sheriff’s Museum which Today Continued on pg. 12 Continued from pg. 6 Courtyard of Bazaar del Mundo