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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiscovery Inn Seaside
Awfull, stay anywhere else but here..Rude, unhelpful owners. Dirty, old rooms they charged a fortune for. Only for the very budget concience customer.
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Yesterday we played golf at the old Navy course, now called Monterey Pines. A nice course but short (par 68) and not in the league of the Ford Ord courses. We were joined by a friend of Bob's, Don Summers, who is an ex-Marine who now lectures at the NPS. The greens were still very fast but I'm starting to get used to them and only three putted once. Shot an 84 that I am very happy with. We ...
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Thursday, Lily and Dick golfed early at the PG Golf Course. They golfed on ...
... to stay on our old folks road trip of California, sent us to hotels.com as they had an easy app, were reasonably priced and gave me a free night after I'd stayed for 10. The site has a busy and slightly manic 'customer review' section that draws you back frequently, as you read with awe and mild thrills of pleasure, about just how bad some people think these hotels are. "It was in the centre of town which was wonderful but was noisy which spoiled it". "It was a nice room ...
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The Sunseeker (see end of blog for more pictures) is a good-sized rig (26 feet) and driving it the first few times was a challenge. But as one friend said when before I bought it, "You'll get used to it," and I did. I had back up ...