Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Indio
Only stayed 1 night. Everything you need from a motel.
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... of rock climbers who kept us enthralled and a wedding in the park there in which the minister didn’t show up. The bridesmaid asked Dan if he could perform the ceremony. He replied, "Sure, but all their children would be illegitimate." That night we stayed at the Red Rock Resort and Casino in Vegas. Of course we were free camping in the parking lot. Wendy tried her luck at the ...
... birds, mammals reptiles and insects depend on the tree for food and shelter. The park has some of the most interesting formations of rocks found in the desert. Twisted and time-worn, they are testimony to the tremendous earth forces that has shaped and formed this land. Many of these rocks indicate a history of chaotic upheaval. Over eons of time, these rocks have been ravaged by heavy winds, blasts of sand, extreme cold ...
... like excitement arriving at a Disney park. The kids were very excited as well thanks to the ride descriptions at California Adventure park given by Michelle and Shaun over breakfast. We got to the park mid morning (it was about a 2 hour drive from Indio), parked, bought our tickets and entered the park. The first stop was to get a Fast Pass for the "Cars Speedway" ride which is one of the park favourites. The pass was for 8:30-9:30pm so good thing we got it first off or we would ...
... if it would work out. We love getting together with friends and family we don’t ordinarily see and after visiting with my dad’s cousin back in Phoenix we thought it would be fun if we could get together with someone from each of our parents’ families. We’re still in a portion of our trip where we’re not too sure where we’re going to be until a few days before. So when our route took us just a few hours from Palm Desert ...
... into one field to see what was growing and came back with a cauliflower. We ate it in the car - delicious! We then found lemon and orange groves as well as a field of peppers where we "shopped" for a few samples. As a city girl it amazes me that food can be found "growing on trees"!
We got to the state park interpretive centre just as it was about to close (4 ...