Desert Riviera Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 3½", last year they had ¾", year before 1½". In Palm Desert (a town) we picked up a step-on guide who was absolutely fantastic - she was an expert on their agriculture and geology. Morgan explained that we were now in the Coachella Valley or Basin (desert on top) but with a huge aquifer underneath which irrigates all their agriculture: table grapes, bel peppers, dates, nursery ...
... pretty bad hangovers before the actual festival had even started! Day 1 we spent most of the day relaxing in the shade (it is scorching hot and dusty in the desert!) in the camp grounds recovering from our hangovers and mentally preparing ourselves to head out all over again. When we mustered the strength to hit the festival we had a great time, best performances were probably Ellie Goulding and Outkast. I don't think I have ever seen so many people in one place before, apparently ...
... It wasn't until she also yelled 'SYBIL!' that that other person (MY Mom) responded to her. We did NOT plan on meeting up with them this early. My parents were going to be in Palm Springs with us to help celebrate our 50th. We were just so sure our actual rental swap time and their plane arrival time would not match up. But there you are!
'Only in America' as they say...and only on your trip would something like this ...
... 42C (109F) today. The premium outlets are well worth a days visit when in the USA, you get lots of bargains with stores like Oakley, Tag, Columbia, Nike, Calvin Klein, Coach Handbags, Jimmy Choo, North Face and many more. These outlets are huge and would take most of the day to do all of the shops. There is construction underway to add more stores which are supposed to open early next year. We gave up about 2pm as it was packed and people ...
We left Swakopmund at 7am and arrived at our destination at noon. We set up our tents on a private farm on the edge of the Namib Desert. Namibia draws its identity and its name from the Namib; one of the oldest and driest deserts in the world. This was by far the most remote campsite yet but it also is the most beautiful I've ever seen. The desert heat was scorching and despite wanting to take a hike, we decided to be cautious ...