Monterey Peninsula

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Apr082012

Julia Morgan’s California style Asilomar Lodging

La Cuesta Encantada, or Hearst Castle as it is familiarly known, is the most renowned project by San Francisco-Oakland architect  Julia Morgan (1872-1957). She was one of two women to earn an engineering degree from University of California Berkeley in the 19th century (only two other women earned engineering degrees from 1900-1940). She was the first…

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Feb122012

The 18th at Pebble Beach

Sunday, and final round of the 2012 AT&T National Pro-Am Golf tournament at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. This is the Monterey Peninsula where four days of gorgeous sun in the weather forecast dazzled the commentators, players, spectators and cameras with the brilliant sunlight of Thursday’s Round 1 play. Ken Duke, one of the old…

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Jan142012

Lovers Point Park in Pacific Grove

Lovers Point is one of the most popular coastline destinations in Pacific Grove. The park offers visitors a beach, sand volleyball court, kids wading pool (seasonal) and a rocky outcrop for climbing around.   There used to be two restaurants next to the park, but both are currently out of business. This is some of…

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