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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Private entrance to the $400 King Deluxe suites. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends (view from the Quail Lodge Golf Club). Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends (view from the Quail Lodge Golf Club). Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends (view from the Quail Lodge Golf Club). Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Carmel Valley Rd where Doris Day lives. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Terry's Lounge and Restaurant. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends (view from the Golf Course). Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends (view from the Quail Lodge Golf Club). Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: The cozy living room where Doris used to sit at the fire place surrounded by memorabilia of her great movies. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: The cozy living room where Doris used to sit at the fire place surrounded by memorabilia of her great movies. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: The cozy living room where Doris used to sit at the fire place surrounded by memorabilia of her great movies. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: The cozy living room where Doris used to sit at the fire place surrounded by memorabilia of her great movies. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Courtyard . Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Courtyard . Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Courtyard with the water basin where you can wash your dog's paws after a stroll on the beach. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Room where you can sit with your dog while enjoying a drink and watching old Doris Day movies on TV. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Room where you can sit with your dog while enjoying a drink and watching old Doris Day movies on TV. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Room where you can sit with your dog while enjoying a drink and watching old Doris Day movies on TV. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Hidden between huge green trees lives Hollywood legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything and protected by neighbors and friends PICTURED: her view from home on the Quail Lodge Golf Club. Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Courtyard . Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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Traveling through Carmel: Cypress Inn Hotel is owned by Doris Day. The animal loving actress owns the pet friendly hotel since more than 20 years. Dogs are welcomed everywhere inside the hotel except for the "Terry's Lounge". Doris dedicated the lounge to her late sonTerry Melcher who was her only child and co-owner of the hotel. Terry battled melanoma and passed away on November 19, 2004 at age 62. PICTURED: Courtyard . Carmel, California on 29.04.2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!
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CARMEL - APR 29: Dolly Doggy Birthday at the Cypress Inn owned by Doris Day in Carmel, California on April 29, 2011. Credit: Angel Dust/face to face fot. Face to Face/Reporter CALY TEKST REPORTAZU O HOTELU DORIS DAY DO OTRZYMANIA W AGENCJI: For $9,50 you can drive in your car through the beautiful '17 Mile Drive', that leads along the extreme coastal landscape, famous mansions and great golf courses through Carmel and Pebble Beach. Here lives movie legend Doris Day, withdrawn from everything in her huge house in Carmel Valley. Since more than 20 years the animal loving actress owns the Hotel Cypress Inn in Carmel-By-The-Sea. Dogs are absolutely welcomed in the whole hotel – except at the 'Terry's Lounge'. Doris dedicated the no-dogs-allowed lounge and restaurant to her late son and ex co-owner, Terry Melcher, who passed away on November 19th, 2009 from melanoma at age 62. Since many years nobody has seen Doris Day around Carmel. One postal clerk said: “Yes, Doris – she used to pick up her fan mail and post for her animal organization by herself. But since 10 years we haven't seen her here, she has an assistant picking up the mail now.” Doris Day founded the animal organization 'The Humane Society of the United States'. Also at the nearby supermarket people can reveal, that no one has seen her since many years. But once a year everyone turns on the radio when Doris has her annual telephone interview with Ed Dickinson from KIDD-AM Radio (follow the link http://www.dorisday.com/news?id=0011 for the latest interview from her birthday – she dishes about her fans, her health condition and about releasing her new CD compilation). And if you hope to get a glimpse of Doris you will be disappointed. If you stand at the nearby golf course and looking up to her balcony for too long you'll risk getting into trouble with the security. Also if you stroll around her street, very alarmed neighbors are quick to protect the privacy of their icon. At the restaurant 'Carmel Tagine' you can hear: “Unfortunately Doris doesn't come here anymore. But Clint Eastwood comes by all the time.” One source at the visitor center said: “Yes, I just saw Clint Eastwood last week, he visits the Hog's Breath Inn all the time.” Since 1986 Clint Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch and the Homestaed Inn Hotel. He also co-owns the golf club Pebble Beach Golf Course which he bought in 1999 as an investor group with golf pro Arnold Palmer and ex baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth for $820 million. Eastwood even governed the city of Carmel as a mayor from 1986-1988! At the Eastwood Building he owned the 'Hog's Breath Inn' for a few years – and you still can order the 'Dirty Harry Burger' from the menu! As animal loving pioneers Eastwood and Day succeeded in ensuring that dogs are allowed all over Carmel – even on the beach! And to not ruin the picture of the beautiful town, all trash cans are wrapped in wooden covers. Trees come first in Carmel anyway! They won't be chopped down – you just build around it!