Palm Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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Looking back over what I had written so far, I felt like my blog needed a little pick me up. With getting sick right after arriving and then the computer problems, I didn't do it justice so I'm adding a little extra to the beginning. As you may or may not have noticed. . yes this is a test to see if you really are paying attention to dates, or like me most of the time, just looking at the pictures? . . . I am writing this entry in the ...
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Another adventure starts today but this time we have purchased the Hop On/Off bus as it's around 25 miles to Santa Monica Pier and D would kill me if I suggested walking just a smidgen at the moment ;) Started out on the Red route catching the bus at the Comedy Store on sunset and conveniently opposite the Mondrian! Trundled down through the reminder of the strip and in to Beverley HIlls - interesting fact: the fire hydrants are painted silver rather than ...
There's something of a contrast between Third Street, Santa Monica, and Keys View, Joshua Tree National Park, where I was this time yesterday.
Down here in Santa Monica is the manmade variety of multiple sensory stimulation which is absent from Joshua Tree.
It’s McDonald’s, with a neon sign. It’s buskers singing to amplified music. It’s dinosaur-shaped ...