Embassy Suites La Quinta Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Vor uns liegt heute die längste Etappe unserer Reise - vermutlich auch die mit den wenigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten. Zunächst hatten wir geplant, die Interstate 40 von Flagstaff nach Kingman zu nehmen. Gestern Abend entschieden wir uns aber, einen Teil der legendären Route 66 zu nehmen, nämlich den Abschnitt von Seligmann nach …
Arrived home at 7:15. Four-hour ride from Casa Bowman @ Lake Arrowhead. Took the scenic route (all routes are scenic on a Harley!). Very windy on the way down the mountain. And hot. It was a toasty 105 degrees in La Quinta when Sarah greeted me in our driveway. Terrific ride the past week ... From the Pacific Coast to nearly ...
... lost, or intentionally in the mountains to avoid the crushing heat.
In 20 minutes, we arrive in Palm Desert, home of the El Paseo shopping district. It’s our valley’s version of Rodeo Drive. Bill Gates has a home in Palm Desert. So does Phil Condit, former CEO at Boeing.
No time for retail therapy or breakfast with Phil and Bill, so we head south on Highway 74 into the San Jacinto Mountains. The ...
Our friends Derek and Kathy Abdalla joined us January 22-25. Derek and I played golf most days while Kathy participated in a line dancing event, a passion of hers, that kept her busy Thursday - Sunday.
On Sunday Sue, Derek and I attended the Humana Challenge golf event at the Arnold Palmer private course in La Quinta. Derek and I played golf in the morning so we did not get to the ...
... west toward the Arizona-California border, which is formed by the Colorado River.
Blythe is the California town in the Sonoran Desert that sits on the western bank of the Colorado. Blythe, elevation 272 feet, was named after Thomas Blythe, a San Francisco financier who established primary water rights to the Colorado River in 1877.
Blythe is a stopover city for travelers – particularly between Los Angeles ...