Old Monterey Inn
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... by cables and fencing. It is the logo of the Pebble Beach Company and the most photographed tree in the world apparently. It will be a very sad day when that tree comes to the end of its life. I was quite taken by this tree for some reason; it was one of my favourite points on the drive.
If you are a golfer and have pots of money then this is definitely the place to be. It truly was one of the most picturesque drives we have done.
Today is our last ...
... that you did feel a bit rushed. The food though was amazing and it was huge portions which you expect in America.
We spent the afternoon chilling in the sun and then in the evening we walked through the towns one more time while the sun was coming down.
This place is definitely our favourite place so far, it is a very chilled out atmosphere, beautiful views, great places to eat and drink and the hotel was amazing - a massive thumps up from ...
Really fantastic drive.......everyone a bit sore from horse riding. Simon vowing never to go on horse again. It was fantastic views to the ocean though... Pacific Ocean we want to live here, we had Bubba Gump ( never want another shrimp again) , Johnny Rockets ( best burger according to James), Emma loves sea otters .... Whale watching.... Lots of dolphins and humpbacks ......fantastic ...
... while the grand house was being built. It was interesting that he collaborated with a female architect Julia Morgan throughout the whole project for 28 years.
We toured the formal rooms - sitting room, dinning room, billiard room, smoking room, theatre, pools and garden. The formal rooms were cozy as they were either small or arranged with many smaller areas, The rooms were jam packed with antiques. The ceilings were from various ...
... ocean's coast, Santa Cruz reminded me of a stereotypical Californian beach town. It even came equipped with teenage Mexican gangsters with knee high tube socks and poorly grown moustaches that stood guarding the doorways of the local arcades. The beach boulevard was lined with restaurants, souvenir and surf shops which faced a long stretch of sandy beach front with kayaks, people and surf ...