Desert Riviera Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... a public toilet, the children had some fun playing in the ruins an old burnt out house - just a brick chimney with some old tins cans in the hearth. We could see some sand dunes in the distance and when I checked the map it was an area called Devils Playground so the children were excited to go have some fun. A few miles down the road was a turn off for Kelso Dunes so we turned off down a very bumpy dirt track for a few miles ...
... at Cathedral Canyon tennis club with 3 new guys: Ken from Kansas City, MO, Roger from Deep Cove, B.C and Vern from Tacoma, WA. I even sported the t-shirt with their club name, one I purchased with my stringing job.
They say Winnipeg is really a city of ten million people with most of them living outside Winnipeg, in places like Cathedral City. As such you can't go anywhere in the world without eventually running into another Winnipegger and boy, did I on this ...
... This one did seem to have quite a bit of traffic and lots of curves with Denis using turnouts regularly. We stopped at a casino we had never been to-- Cahuilla, I think-- no luck but lovely setting, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. How can I keep saying that when California has a population greater than all of Canada??!! Then we started the downhill and what a roller coaster of a road-- known as the Pines to Palms Highway... WOW!
... to go to sleep. It worked in seconds. Ridiculously cute.
Emma cooks up a Pasta Bolognese for dinner. Then we all shower before the kidlets bedtimes. We need easy dinner ideas - the criteria: must be quick, only require a hob or microwave, use only a small frying pan, toaster, or saucepan x 2, and be reasonably healthy..... Any help gratefully received.
Dylan now knows the words to Ant and Dec's ...
... which everyone needs to be ID'd before entering. On the plus side we don't get sprayed with various liquids in the crowd from people tossing unfinished beers- or at least what we hope is beer... A lot of people dress very hippy (those that wear clothes, that is, as most wear next to nothing despite the freezing temperatures!) It seems an odd juxtaposition with all the strict rules and regulations and overpriced everything! The ...