BEST WESTERN Inn at Palm Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Ok first things first, the kids and I have decided that we love it here and are never leaving. It really is bedrock city come to life. Ok so it is a bit hotter then we are used to but im sure we can adapt. Driving into palm canyon dr my head was tossing from side to side like I was at a tennis match. Soooo much to look at sooooo many cars behind me …
We arrived at Emerald Desert RV Resort last Thursday, Sept. 25th. Boy was it hot by the time we got the motorhome hooked up and the A/C turned on it was triple digits outside. At that point, we thought "what are we doing here in the desert for a week"...Gerry said, I made the reservations so it was my fault. Well, needless to say .... I got busy "planning" our week. We drove into Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs for the weekly Thursday night "Village Fest". The "rodeo drive" ...
... temperatures in the low to mid 80's. I have to fly home for a week so Liz will be able to enjoy her daily workouts at the gym and laze around the pool in comfort.
We've spent some of our time enjoying the weekly Streetfest in Palm Springs on Thursday evenings purchasing some of the artistry and craftsmanship. We also attended the Dwight Yoakam concert at one of the casinos and thoroughly enjoyed that. ...
We finally arrived in California after spending two days in Phoenix. While we were there we drove up to Prescott to see Debbie's mother and then back to Phoenix to have dinner with her brother Randy and his two sons. It was a busy, fun day. It was really nice to see them The last time we saw Randy was when ...
... just coincidence that we ran into one of the other groups of Australians that were staying at our hostel in L.A. They had also hired camper vans from the same company, so they were quite easy to spot. We all camped together (Xenia, Cam, Bronnie and Tarl), as well as some Americans they had met during there travels. It was more than just a music festival. There was so much going on everyday from music, performances, crowd entertainment and art. There ...