Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Banning
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shop, all imported from Mexico and all very colourful. She also had large metal sculptures of animals and people.
We found our way back to the freeway and drove on to Quartzsite which is a famous rock trading town. After a terrible meal, we wandered through the rock stalls. Poppy was in heaven as she loves rocks. We had to visit Rockmania where she bought a pound and a half of shiny stones to add to her collection. The lady was very ...
... 18c and I was in thermals!
The first bit of fun was getting to the trail head – Ca 243 is like riding the rollercoaster as is the access road to the Marion Mountain. If Ca 243 is a shiny modern one the access road is by contrast an old wooden way on the seafront in Bognor that should have probably been closed down by the HSE years ago. Seriously, some of those potholes nearly swallowed up my hire car.
Once at the trailhead the wheezy ...
... days off tour I went up the cable car and considered the hike from there but I was too fat and unfit and ended up just mooching around the valley. 18 months ago I figured I had the right fitness but just before the planned hike date the snow came in and messed things up. It's a 4500ft ascent and 11 mile round trip tomorrow so will be challenging but I am up for it!
Anyway getting back to rest of this 39 hour ...
... and we travelled a couple of extra miles before we reached our last USA "home", the Rancho Las Palmas villas in Rancho Mirage (not actual Palm Springs, but right next door). On the way we saw what has to be the biggest Wind Turbine farm on earth at Morongo, it must have had close to 2000 turbines all spinning in the desert wind. Once we arrived at Rancho Los Palmas, we seemed we had found the beautiful people, but ...
... came out to visit. It was like being at home for a few minutes. That afternoon it got somewhere around 106 degrees F. But it was a dry heat. After being taken out for a great breakfast by my mom and Richard we started the drive back. Our first stop was to the Cabazon Dinosaurs. These were built in 1964 to attract customers to a near by restaurant. They were also used in the movie Pee Wee's ...