Hollywood Beach Golf Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hollywood Beach Golf Resort
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... is rather hard to describe in generalities. From the outside it has a bit of a space-aged feel to it but inside it is largely constructed of concrete so it has an almost bunker feel. If that wasn't contrasting enough the colors inside were quite vibrant offsetting the gray concrete. In fact the green wall was too bright for my liking. Then there is the massive, garish, almost comical, home run feature ...
... tour, a visit to the ruins of Sacsaywuman that were used to build a lot of Cusco after the Spanish arrived. The site must have been impressive. What is left is only 30% and the walls are still 6m high. After an overnight stay in Urubamba at the amazing Arawna Hotel, we started with more ruins before boarding the Orient Express Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu. Pictures are one thing but seeing this magnificent creation in person ...
... this time, we were both starving, so we headed inland through Grennich Town and past New York University (NYU) looking for food. NYU was very interesting, as Washington Square is the centre of the campus and the surrounding buildings are College accommodation and classrooms. If there weren't flags of NYU everywhere, you wouldn't even think it's a University. We finally found a Chipotle (Brad also loves it) to sit down and recharge at. The final thing Brad and I did (before he had ...
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Although it took us three days, Elenka and I together have come to the conclusion that Hollywood Beach is one of the best beaches in the world.
"Water and sand does not a beach make," I said to her. "For each and every one of them have an abundance of both."
... br> After, the sun drops below the layer of cloud and lights up the rock outcrops, and a lot of photos are fired away. After sunset, Dianne checks for recommended guides for the valley, and we end up booking with Navajo Spirit Tours (US$75 each – not cheap, but the only real way to see the area, because if you use your own car, you’re only allowed on the one 17-mile dirt road, which turned out to be too rough for our hire-car anyway). Tour starts at 9 AM and ...