BEST WESTERN PLUS Las Brisas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out in front of us and blocked the road & just sat there, we just sat there too and just as Peter opened his door to see what was wrong the cop called out on his loudspeaker to stay in the car, a commercial was being filmed down the road and it would only be a short delay - amazing, two police cars for an ad! We are running low on petrol so stop just before Joshua Tree Park to fill up, everyone's getting very tired ...
... will see and hear about during the next 7 months are some places and activities that hopefully make for a little more interesting reading. This entry includes pictures from the first week of May, still in Palm Desert. Alas, we leave tomorrow, back to Edmonton where the weather is still sucking I am told! It is supposed to improve this week though, so I'm hoping by Wednesday the weather man will remember that it is supposed to be Spring not ...
... ones including one which a motorcycle can pull behind and is dated from 1933! Pretty rough shape, mind you, and its a rather horizontal 1930's Flash-Gordon-movie-ish teardrop tapered shape reminds one of a...uh...a magic bullet - and we don't mean the mixer you see on informercials. Otherwise Airstreams, Holiday Houses, Scamps and others were there to see and walk through. Its always a treat for us two trailer nuts to be ...
... easier!) the car had a thin layer of ash on and you could barely see across the car park because of the smoke! We travelled back down the mountain thinking the smoke would get better but during our drive through Palm Springs (which was like a ghost town) the smoke seemed to be getting thicker and the sun was glowing eerily through! There didn't seem like much to hang around for in Palm Springs so we began our journey to San ...
... of JTNP was our overnight primitive camping trip, wind and bees included! Nothing like camping under the stars in the desert and trying to avoid the thirsty bees during the day!!
After catching up on various housekeeping duties and meeting some really nice people in the Southern Desert, our time in California has come to an end and so we head East into Arizona. More desert but much different!