Bay seniors, where is one of the last open spaces in the City that has not changed since the days of the Spanish explorers? 10 points if you said Bayview Hill. Its 46 acres, adjacent to Candlestick, are rolling and rocky with busy views of the city that has grown around it. The easy trail is paved and it’s rich in California flora and fauna including eucalyptus, oak and Islais cherry. Lizards, owls, woodpeckers and hawks abound. Also on the list of lesser known spaces is Gleneagles Golf Course, a sometimes sruffy, 3,000 yard, 9-holer in McClaren Park not to be confused with the one in Scotland. A bargain $19.