Holiday Inn Express Palm Desert / Rancho Mirage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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<b>The motorcoach picked us up at the RV Park at 8:00 this morning. We picked up our guide at the Palm Springs Visitors Center. The tour guide gave us a history tour of the area.</b> <b>Our first stop of the morning was at the Shields Date Garden and Shop in Indio. The Shields family have been growing dates in the desert since 1924. We were able to taste at least ...
... usually she/her and yet I called Harvey him?
Before I catch you up, will address the comment on military presence from my last blog in Yuma. I must confess that sometimes my mind is going a mile a minute with thoughts of what we see and more ... the photo of military presence was just because each time we have been in Yuma we see interesting military vehicles, chiefly in the air, as there is a marine base there. I have come to expect this but ...
... is as far west as we'll go. Hotels.com gets us a deal at the Travelodge and we check in then go for dinner. I was looking at a Mexican place but can't bring myself to do it. How can it possibly compare? I know it's a bit snobbish, but that's how I feel right now. We decide on 'Souplantation' an all you can eat Salad Bar (isn't that an oxymoron?), and it is very good. Lots of salads, soups, chilis, breads and desserts. Not going hungry in the good ol' USA!
Free breakfast at the Ramada this morning consisted of whatever you wanted choosing from bagels and cream cheese, cook your own waffles, toast, cereals, yoghurt, juice, tea and coffee.
Off highway today and climbed through windy roads to the mountain town of Julian. It has restored 19th century wooden buildings. Very quaint - and they are obviously big on making pies! apple etc, the smell was wonderful.
... also very very expensive!). Once at the top there is a limited amount of stuff to do as it is somewhere between summer and winter activities. No matter though the view down to the Coachella valley below – all the way to the Salton Sea was incredible.
I went for a gentle wander along the valley behind the tram station which was 5 inches deep in snow and delightfully crisp and calm. Had I been up ...