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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that out and then drive to the Joshua Tree National Park,we will stop in Palm Springs though for some sandwiches and drinks for our lunch which we can take to the park as it's still 70 miles to go to the park entrance from here. This hotel is though very smart, when the Chinese Premiere came over to California, they hosted him here in this Hotel and then, he held meetings with Obama at a ranch in the hills nearby. We set off at 10.30 for the drive to Joshua ...
Drove over today from Saddlebrooke to Palm Springs. Ended up taking about 6 hours, with potty and lunch breaks. Arrived in time for Happy Hour to visit Jane and Ilene's friend Sandra. She moved to Palm Springs from Chicago after she retired earlier in 2013. Had a wonderful dinner at John Henry in PS. Ilene is staying with Sandra for a few days, while we push on westward.
... step… it was almost like rippling water.
The area with the dead trees was beautiful. We took several photos and then decided to make the hike back to the car.
Of course, a quick hike to the car would be too simple.
Beth and I decided we didn’t want to climb up a small dune to get to the car, so we continued walking along the flat area. We knew we passed at least one other area with the dead trees, so when we got to one, ...
... intense sun feels like-- hence, my skin went into shock. (I have never burned and peeled before this vacation.)
Needless to say, we all enjoyed a restful holiday, and even got to see my cousin Peter, who came over from LA. I don't think any of us wanted to return home at the end of the week.
I felt rather unproductive towards the end of holiday, without Uni work and hours of reading. But fear not, the ...
We started the day driving to centre of Palm Springs to look for the stars homes, where Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra all stayed in the 50s and 60s. Firstly though we decided to stop off for breakfast in what looked like a small, cosy, classic American diner, Billy Reed's. However when we walked in we were welcomed to a saloon style diner which looked like it was from the 1850s. Complete with a ballroom, a wild west bar and twelve dollar pancakes. It was a strange ...