Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel And Spa On Del Monte Golf Course
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Great setting got upgrade so overlooked the 17th fairway good as golf seemed to start late in USA no balls hit windows. Lovely tennis courts for free well that's if you count the $20 a day resort fee as your parking fee You do have to pay for racquets naturally
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It's our first long drive today,heading up from Pismo to Monterrey, we wanted to stay in Monterey for two nights, but as it busy, we could only manage one night here.
We have a breakfast in the hotel in Pismo Beach, and it's complementary.......sadly though not a full cooked breakfast, but cereal, coffee and tea is fine by me.....then we …
... and back over Golden Gate Bridge – driving through San Fran felt a bit like home, insomuch as when on a trip of seeing different places every day we were returning to somewhere we recognised. We drove through well-known coastal towns like Santa Cruz before finding our typical-US motel in Monterey . On our first evening in Monterey we walked down to Fisherman's Wharf where we spotted both a sea lion and a very cute sea otter – we were surprised to discover ...
... a candidate) and my cousin, Wayne, to the Bayonet/ Blackhorse Golf Course before my walk. The public golf course was the site of the June 2012 PGA tournament and originally was part of Fort Ord in Seaside, California. Here is a link describing Bayonet/Blackhorse Golf Course. http://www.bayonetblackhorse.com/page.p hp?page_id=3126&name=History It’s a beautiful course, and now, one of Dick’s favorites on the peninsula. ...
... stunning beach, stunning wharf. It's the type of place you spend your life wanting to return to, if you had the money. As the hotels were frighteningly expensive. We stayed just outside the beach area in a modest place but gave us a good nights rest. From Santa Barbara we headed to Pismo Beach and there we did laundry excitingly enough. We then headed up the coastal highway around Big Sur. this was the best drive I've ever done, and has the most amazing ...