Villa Rosa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... included, that is included, look at all you get…NOT. We do have a lovely sea bass dinner with a few sides and a really delicious Turkish wine from Kavaklidere (we think). BUT, everything is ala carte, and there is a charge of 40TL (about $10 pp) for sitting outside. And the waiter has the nerve to tell us our tip is not enough. We are madder than wet hens, but we pay up and go away, to sleep, perchance to ...
... and rustic lodge-type accommodation for its travellers - we shall see! Anyway, that anticipation allows us to indulge ourselves during our stay at this lovely resort - any excuse eh!!! The minute we stepped out of the car on arrival, the heat hit us like a hair dryer - now I have worked in the Sahara (Mo bans me from regaling my old desert stories so I won't meander in that direction!) so I am familiar with high temperatures but ...
... in a glass bottle and just about any Route 66 knick knack you can imagine. We then drove into Oatman which is a ghost town with plenty of gift shops and a whole bunch of wild burros left over from when Oatman was a mining town (gold). They aren't very wild though because they will eat right out of your hand. And the bags of burro food are available for sale at the gift shops, where else?
It is beautiful here...it was hot on ...
... time in Palm Springs ended with a visit to Ron and Lorraine Lutz's lovely winter home in a park in Palm Desert. They gave us a tour of their park and then treated us to dinner. The Lutz's have come to the Palm Springs area for several years and can hardly wait to return each year. They have made good friends and built a wonderful winter lifestyle for themselves.
... was heading my way. I've been in that part of the world before during a dust storm, and it's a bit scary to say the least!
Drove through the Mojave National Preserve, the northern edge of the Joshua Tree area, and the Yucca Valley. The clouds were gathering fast and looked quite threatening. Anyone that knows me, knows I'm terrified of thunder and lightning. What made matters worse, I was seeing LOTS of signs warning that I was ...