Desert Hills Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... landscape with cactus and palm trees and an amazing blue cloudless sky, but also because the temperature display showed an outside temperature of 106 °F (40 C). The closer we came to Palm Springs the hotter it got. Now it became clear to us why our car has a cooling function for the leather seats ;-). In contrast to the chilly L.A. (23-25 °C) with a fresh breeze from the ocean this was first of all like a temperature shock, so as ...
Gin and I were joined by Linds and Pat at the Lululemon-sponsored free yoga session at the Sculpture garden at Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, CA, about 20 minutes drive northwest from Palm Springs.
Pat, who is every bit as sinewy as my sister, is a retired special service para-trooper - uh, not a yoga dude but he turned out to be a trooper - and I ...
... midnight). We couldn't believe our luck actually, it was warm, we had use of the microwave, free wifi, the widest screen tv you've ever seen, AND his wife Barbara made us cookies!! Plus it made a change to go to bed at bed time not tea time, camping doesn't lend itself to late nights...
Following 3 nights of very little sleep we had a quick motel fix in Hemet itself, did some laundry, ate out, washed… and then decided to try a bit of camping by the ...
... Ha ha. He joins us once we explain.
Successful nap time in the RV back at the campsite so we can run the A/C. It is still ridiculously hot inside the van but perhaps we are all getting a little more used to it. Couldn't survive in this heat without a hook up, so no more boon docking until it cools down a little. Rich and Emma sort the next leg of the trip. We are off to Las Vegas tomorrow, or "we are going to Vegas baby" as we have taught Dylan ...
... our fears. We climbed into the plane after taking a few pictures, and buckled up. The seat belt scared us, as it seemed very weak, but there was no turning back now. The pilot, who sat behind us, started the propeller, and the plane jerked forward. It made noises that made us think that is was going to break down at any second. After taxiing to the runway, we took off. At first, it seemed fine, because ...