Palm Tee Hotel
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... they’ll help me. I guess I’m conditioned by TSA and the parking police that anything you do in an airport is a big hassle. But going through security was no problem. The guy at information asked me if that was my suitcase. It does look odd that I’m looking for lost luggage and I already have a suitcase. When I told him I took the wrong bag, he just said “That’s ve-e-e-e-ry ...
... streets; an emboldened and welcoming setting against the surrounding, forbidding desert lands. It is obviously geared up to cater for folks from the LA and San Diego regions, who seek respite from the Metropolis and life in the fast lane - it also clearly offers a calm, quality-focussed contrast versus the bustle, brash and neon of its near neighbour, Las Vegas, which obviously competes for the same local leisure dollar - having sampled ...
... differently and quickly Australians were added into the mix. We definitely exploded with laughter and conversation. I have to say that I think my favorite part of my experience at the N/a’an Ku SÍ sites is the conversations we have at supper at Neuras. I laugh so much and feel right at home with these people. Everyone is likeable, and I enjoy being around them.
Now it’s bedtime. I’m quite sore and tired after the dunes. Maybe I’ll read a ...
... with thousands of numbers? Very confusing. Anyway the B&B had a nice pool, comfy rooms and was situated on the resort's main street within walking distance of Downtown.
Palm Springs must once have been like Borrego Springs, a gritty little town in the desert. But now it is all boutiques and restaurants with carefully clipped palm trees, fountains, lawns and elaborate flowerbeds and an enormous statue of Marilyn Munroe in THAT pose. There is a ...
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In the end, nothing went wrong, but I'm still a bit uncertain as to the whole seaweed wrap experience. First, Kathryn and I went into a dimly lit relaxation lounge, where we put chilled goggles over our eyes. I guess this is supposed to be pleasant and helps firm the skin, but I just found the ice cold gel pushing against my eye to be painful.
Next step: Go into the treatment room after selecting the type of music ...