Desert Shadows Inn Resort
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... head home, once we get to Indian Wells, we are straight in the pool, the water is over 80 degrees and it's over 100 degrees out of the car as well, the pool is very nice indeed. Dinner is back in the hotel tonight, but we have sourced some provisions for a cheaper breakfast tomorrow to have in our room from the very nice supermarket called Ralph's. Note to Dad, Joshua Tree was as amazing as I can remember it, albeit, I am sure that there was some snow on ...
... maccas and sorted out a place to stay at Palm Springs and the way to get there. A few wrong turns later we arrived at the Monroe. Which the internet said was sold out but in fact was very empty and we got a lovely room near the pool. The internet says its full if you try to book in too late in the day regardless of how many rooms they have available. so we are happy with our room and hopefully get to see our friend Faith tomorrow.
... pastry that was filled with chicken and mayonnaise. It was fantastic.
Then we were off to the dunes. We saw Dune 45, the most well known dune, and there were at least six busses of people climbing it. We continued on to the biggest dune, Big Daddy. Matt asked if we were ready and turned on some upbeat “house” music as the gravel turned into a good six inches of sand. It was apparent that Matt was enjoying himself, as it was evident by ...
... there was a possibility of dust storms.We also experienced our second instance of trying to dodge tumbleweeds.
You can imagine our disappointment when Desert Centre, California turned out to be a ghost town and we needed gas. Nonetheless there was a Chevron station 23 miles down the road at Chiriaco Summit. Thank goodness!
We pulled into the Palm Springs area in time for a late lunch and ...
... water, then pushed to the surface by tectonic forces, up and out of the ground. The kids had a great time scrambling on the rocks; 3. Part of the San Andreas Fault lies in the Coachella Valley between Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs. We saw it. Cool; 4. Once upon a time you could see to Mexico from Keys View, a lookout in Joshua Tree National Park, but pollution haze drifting up the Coachella Valley from LA means that now, on a "clear" ...