The Horizon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Drove over today from Saddlebrooke to Palm Springs. Ended up taking about 6 hours, with potty and lunch breaks. Arrived in time for Happy Hour to visit Jane and Ilene's friend Sandra. She moved to Palm Springs from Chicago after she retired earlier in 2013. Had a wonderful dinner at John Henry in PS. Ilene is staying with Sandra for a few days, while we push on westward.
... located in La Quinta. There you can see how dates are made and grown, find gifts in the gift shop, and get a famous Date Shake made with vanilla ice cream and dates. Prior to what it is today, the Coachella Valley was home to Agua Caliente band of the Cahuilla Indians. A lot of agricultural fields are here as well. Home of palm trees, festivals, and many fun activities, visitors of the Coachella Valley come back for more every year.
... for our annual week in the sun. We spent hours at the pool each day, and played nearly every sport imagined. Grace is a fish, and Anne and I could barely keep up with her energy.
By the second day, I was at least three shades darker and more lobster-tan than model-tan. Thankfully after a day of peeling and layers of sunscreen, the lobster part faded. I maintain that the lack of sun in Manchester caused my skin to forget ...
... the U2 album that helped to make the yucca famous. If we're seeing Californian national parks, we couldn't miss this one, right? Well, anyway, we came, we saw, we photographed, and we headed on back to the pool in Palm Springs. (By the way an awesome hotel: friendly, well-priced, spacious rooms with kitchenette, breakfast, great pool, great position downtown... just in case you're heading to PS...) Actually we learned a few things along the way: 1. ...
... but the pulse of the road and the heart of the Camino became a part of me. At times, I felt like my body was only a shell carrying my spirit and it was my spirit that travelled the Camino... we are spiritual beings living in this material world. Along the Camino, I experienced grief & hope, pain & struggle, strength & determination, happiness & sadness, joy & laughter, love & passion, romance & friendship, solitude ...