Pajaro Dunes Condominiums
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Robyn has found a place on the beach at a place near Watsonville on the big bay that sweeps south from San Francisco and the report is that there are whales and dolphins swimming past at the moment... and there are tennis courts!!!
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What a perfect place for a break. We woke to the gentle roar of the sea, and sunshine from a perfect blue sky. Wow.
After breakfast, Jonathan and Robyn headed to the main building to use the business centre to print some documents and then play a game of tennis.
It was so great to have a racquet in hand again, and although both of …
Slept in this morning and could hear the waves each time I stirred.
There is something special about seeing the sunshine and the blue sea first thing to put a smile on your face.
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