Thursday, December 28, 2006


I've been talking with TheRedhead about taking a trip next year.

I think we're going to go somewhere to play golf. I've never had an opportunity to go and play any of the desert courses or to play a course near the ocean. TheRedhead has some favorites where she's played. I've turned the research over to her on this one.

I am going to refer her to this website for Hotel Reservations that I found through Pay Per Post. conveniently has a link for golf destinations. I wonder if TheRedhead will be attracted to the same packages I find.

Cities featured in the website {Did I mention they are sponsoring this post?} include Fort Lauderdale, Hilton Head, Monterey, Phoenix, San Antonio and Tuscon.

I really liked the Menger Hotel when I visited San Antonio. It's one of the Historic Hotels of America. Plugging San Antonio into the reservation search, the Menger Hotel comes up. It's rated 3 1/2 stars and has an average nightly room rate of $152.50.

Back to golf...

There are three packages listed for San Antonio; Radisson Resort Hill Country from $119, Hyatt Regency Hill Country from $295 and The Westin La Cantera Resort from $299.

If you're going to go to Hilton Head, I can't imagine a better place than The Inn At Harbor Town. Prices for that package are "from $234". It's a 4 star hotel that they note is, "Popular with Golfers, Tennis Players and Romance-minded Couples..."; enough said for that one.

There are four packages in Monterey; those packages are from $79 to $199. The Portola Plaza Hotel - 3 1/2 stars - is the top spot. It's "200 yards from the Pacific Coastline And Fisherman's Wharf". I don't need to read anymore on that one.

$99 to $199 is the range of the four packages in Phoenix. has great listings for the properties they feature. The Phoenician - a 5 star, 250-Acre Resort Centered Between Phoenix And Scottsdale - for example provides details about the hotel, talks about the Guestrooms and includes an Expert Tip: "For Memorable Private Parties, The Praying Monk Is A European-style Wine Cellar With Rustic Vaulted Ceilings, Brick Trim And Spectacular Old-world Antiques".

Yes, I will definitely be referring TheRedhead to this website for her research. I'm looking forward to see what she's come up with for comparison.

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