29 Palms Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member Reviews29 Palms Inn Twentynine Palms
LOTS of places to run about, a nice pool and games inside the welcome room, Really cold water at the bar and our room was far away from everything but near the art center where we pained and had a kitchen and piano in it!
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Got up and organised early to get to Hoover Dam before the 9 am opening time. Ticket for the tour of the inside of the dam are on a first come first in basis. After arriving at 8.45 we managed to get in for the 11am tour. The security for the site was very high with only water bottles, cameras, small bags allowed in. We had to dump our oranges and …
Today marked the first day of train travel, and with only a few minor hiccups was generally a wonderful day. Woke in San Luis Obispo and got brunch with Sally in a beautiful spot along the river, took in some street art and then boarded (after waiting half an hour in the station because of a confirmation number mixup) a train that exceeded ...
... in the morning sun.
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... around, climbing over rocks to see what was on the other side. I discovered a number of jack rabbits, what I'm pretty sure was a tortoise hole and a number of cactus in bloom.
Day two Dave and I went to see the views at the Keys Viewpoint, which looks down over the valley and into Salton Sea. Then we walked the Hidden Valley Nature Walk. That was a highlight, even though it's kind of a short walk. There ...
... which it wasn't) & the San Andreas fault runs through the valley.
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