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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... Wagon Master, Trish & Bob Close prepared Lasagna, salad, garlic bread and several desserts for our dinner. It was a nice evening to meet the other people who we will be traveling with over the next 32 days. Tomorrow morning we will board a tour bus for a long day of ...
... orange groves, table grape vineyards, lettuce patches and dead-straight rows of some unknown green stuff just beginning to sprout...this is very verdant country!
Tomorrow we are off to the desert, one of our favorite spots...meanwhile, the sun continues to shine and the mockingbirds sing (well, Brian doesn't think it sounds like singing!)...life is good!
T & D ...
... mph wind and by spinning hard it was possible to make 38 mph. This was all very well until we turned across the main canyon and then we were riding in strong gusting crosswinds. I have never held onto a bike as strongly as I did through this section of about 1 mile.
The ride into Indio where there was a bar-b-q laid on was a doddle by comparison.
Chris and Penny
... of old people in leisure wear, sporting bermuda shorts and pastel tops. Above us is a badly-painted ceiling in a strange homage to the Sistene Chapel and it, like Dee Dee our waitress, has seen better days. However years of service means she's unfailingly helpful and hospitable, taking away from the slightly sinister air that seems to pervade this little part of the desert; God's rather shabby waiting room.
Back at the hotel we try and order a cab to the festival ...
... outside world in over two weeks, so after a quick trip to the movie store, we made some phone calls home and settled in to watch "Choke," a movie based on the book Kirby just read. Jen and I didn't make it through and retired early to prepare for our day at Joshua Tree Desert. We awoke to a FEAST of homemade cheese sauce, potato bites, ham scramble, english muffins and infinite coffee. Kirby and Harry had started cooking from the moment that they had woken up and we ...