Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Beaumont-Oak Valley
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... a refund. I quickly emailed back, and the refund was arranged: he turned up at our door with $20, asking us to sign to say we had received the refund. Apparently, this driver had a history - this was his third offence. And he said that the staff "don't care as much as he does" and that's why I received such a nonchalant response, and it was wrong of the driver to charge me more. Looks like Mike needs to get some better staff as he has conmen and ...
... tasting wine costing between 30 to 40 dollars a bottle...I am not going to see this wine in Tescos on special offer for £6 a bottle! We returned via Pechanga Casino to watch the gambling and have a meal. It is such an eye opener to watch people gamble away thousands of dollars..... When we returned home Al thanked US for allowing him to come with us! Bless him. We can't thank him enough for showing us around. It was great seeing how the other half ...
... and he was able to push on. He is an ultra-runner with true grit. I have faith he will catch up to me. So about 25 miles of trail are closed here in the San Jacinto's due to forest fire damage from three years ago. Some thru hikers resorted to walking 20 miles along the road to Idyllwild. Some of us decided to hitch a ride here and then pick up where the trail reopens at mile 175. I ...
... Tree. Fun Fact of the Day: Joshua Trees can move 3-4 per year in search of water, their roots drag them along. Needless to say a string of car jokes ensued: "imagine a building a house, putting down nice grass, landscaping, then coming one day and Joshua Tree is in the yard ...." We took another hike (much shorter and less strenuous) around Hidden Valley, saw amazing rock formations, lots of rock climbers and amongst other things, Joshua Trees! We made a quick pitstop ...
... a stunning seafood dinner and an evening stroll to Ruth Hardy Park.
Three months on the road is a long time away from the goods and services you normally rely on at home. We'd forgotten that we'd still need haircuts, colour treatments, nail repairs, pedicures, massages and the myriad other daily, weekly or monthly requirements to keep us looking our best. Actually, it's more a concern for Dianne since Bob continues to ...