In 1975, Janice was a young programmer with Warner Lambert and decided to take a golf vacation. She stopped at Liberty Travel on Route 4 in Paramus, New Jersey, where they suggested Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic, home of the famous Pete Dye golf course, Teeth Of The Dog. Casa de Campo la...Read More
Pinehurst is one of the greatest golf destinations in the United States. it is famous for the golf courses designed by Donald Ross, one of the most famous golf course architects ever. Ross apprenticed under Old Tom Morris in St. Andrews, Scotland and arrived in the United States in ...Read More
We have enjoyed a beautiful spring and early summer with family, friends and neighbors in Flagler Beach and the wonderful golf course we play at, Riviera Golf Club (The Riv), in Holly Hill. The time came to pick up on our travels.
We packed the car for out six plus week travels, first desti...Read More
With only a few days left on our vacation in New Zealand and Australia, we found an old hotel in Sydney called the Russell Hotel located at the Rocks.
“Sydney's early convict days live on in the Rocks, a jumble of cobblestone streets and cul-de-sacs just five minutes from Circular Qua...
We enjoyed our final breakfast at Robinson’s with Stanley saying his good-byes, we packed the car and Paul gave us directions to the M-1. His suggestion was that we go to Metung for the first night. We arrived at a delightful small fishing village, where Paul had spent summers with the fam...Read More
After that wonderful afternoon with our kangaroo friends at Anglesea Golf Club, we arrived at the Robinsons In The City and were greated by the General Manager Paul Humphries who got us settled into this wonderful boutique hotel. A little history:
Melbourne was originally a villa...Read More
We drove out from our motel in Apollo Bay with a planned stop for breakfast at the Wye Cafe, about 20 minutes up the ocean. We arrived and John and Janice noticed it was the same cafe they had stopped at when driving from Melbourne to Adelaide, what a coincidence.
We continued the driveinto Angle...Read More
As we left Port Fairy we knew we were close to starting one of the most beautiful drives in the world, John and Janice had done the drive in 2011, this was Pete and Bunny's first time. There is more to the drive than the fabulous beaches, cute towns and spectacular views of the rocks and cliffs, the...Read More
We drove almost six hours to get to our next destination Robe. It is a quiet fishing village with much history. Robe is one of the oldest towns in South Australia.
Robe is situated on Guichen Bay, about 350km south east of Adelaide. Nicolas Baudin, a French explorer first viewed the bay in 1802...
We left the Lambert Estate Retreat headed to Jim and Pam's to purchase some wine for the drive to Sydney. We purchase two bottles each of the unreleased sparkling chardonnay/pinot noir, Thoroughbred Cabernet and Commitment Shiraz. Pam said we needed to take a bottle of the sparkling Shiraz as a ...Read More