Embassy Suites La Quinta Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Everyone always gives a sigh of relief when we hit Lake Cahuilla (near Palm Springs, Indio and La Quinta), our first long stopover in the sunny south! In the four years we have been coming, it has never rained, and the dry desert air, dusty campsites, swaying palm trees and hazy mountains let us know we are ...
... I was able to glean some information from the signs and a brief conversation with an employee in the centre. The Salton sea was an ancient, dried up lake bed that was below sea level. In order to provide water to support agriculture in the Coachella Valley, canals were dug to divert some of the water from the Colorado River. The initial water supply wasn't enough so ...
... Later, Arlene and Richard, friends of Duane and Stella, arrived for dinner. With them were the visiting Charlotte, Richard’s sister, and her husband Pat. Everyone brought parts of the meal which we ate in the outside living area which overlooks the lake. Richard and Pat tried fishing in the lake, but we had to have the lamb shanks and risotto because they ...
... beautiful kitchen, swimming pool, jacuzzi, humming birds.....oh, and it was nice to see Sean too of course. Only briefly tho as he had to leave to a party leaving us in charge. We went to the supermarket for food and beers and made use of the pool and jacuzzi. This is the life!!!
Today we relaxed by the pool and looked over maps with Sean. Our road trip is taking shape.
... storage and ceremonies, with the cliff as a natural ceiling. They had to climb up onto the top of the canyon where they would grow crops like corn and beans. In order to get out we had to literally crawl on hand and knees through a 20 meter long tunnel that is like 60 cm wide. We just fitted in! These steep ladders and small tunnels made it a good defensive dwelling. Quite an interesting visit and definitely worth the trip. Back in Durango we went ...