The Lodge at Pebble Beach
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... 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 ...
... wowed by the houses along the coast, the golf courses and the beach. One day maybe...
We stop at the Restless Sea and it's pretty cool. There is an area where the waves are breaking quite regularly, flowers are planted close to the beachside and the locals are jogging or walking their dogs amongst the swarms of tourists. Hinesh is once again climbing through rocks to get to his shots. I sit and chill on the rocks and contemplate life ha ha ha.
... is supposed to be one of the toughest courses in the world. I don't play golf, but if you do, please wipe the drool from your chin. Gary and Bobby caught up on how old we are getting and how young we used to be. We are old, or so I hear. We stopped by the Green Chalk Gallery in Monterrey trying to catch a glimpse of Francie Hester's art, without luck.
Terri made a great carrot soup and an Indian dish, which I ate lot ...
... couple of the holes. One of the marshalls even said that if we wanted we could rent a cart and drive the course but decided against it. We did hang out on the deck at the Lodge overlooking the 18th green and had a glass of wine (what a surprise) and snapped a few pictures.
We've decided to stay for a few days and tour the area since it is sooooooo beautiful. Tomorrow we will drive to the Big Sur area and just take it easy before we head towards Yosemite ...
Most of today was actually spent driving up the PCH making my way to the next stop, Monterey. Since TravelPod makes you choose an actual place, I chose the destination. However, I would have preferred to have chosen Pacific Coast Highway, but alas I digress.
Stunning. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Mesmerising. Breathtaking. These words barely sum up the incredible view that lay before me asI drove on the PCH from Santa Barbara to ...