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A page from our history

Original post made on Feb 1, 2014

Felix Buelna, proprietor of Casaz De Tableta (House of Cards), poses with three of his daughters, Guadalupe, Mauricia and Luisa. Mr. Buelna built the structure now known as the Alpine Inn in Portola Valley in the 1850s. (Photo: ​Portola Valley Archives.)

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Posted by randy albin, a resident of another community
on Feb 1, 2014 at 10:55 am

the peninsula is nothing like it once was. the founding fathers would be astonished at what the peninsula is like today. talk about separating the rich from the poor. there was a lot of friendliness. it's good to bring the attention to the tradition and history of the area


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