Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel
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Huge hotel with beautiful views
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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.
... a total of 6 different trails, probably from 2-4 different leopards) and leopard scat. That was quite incredible, knowing that we were walking along side of a regular trail for leopards, Africa’s most B.A. predators (yup, they even top lions folks).
We got back and had lunch, which was game sausage with some onion and tomato sauce over them. I’ve learned that I don’t like game sausage… at all. But this ...
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... had a BBQ burger at Carl's Jr managing to catch the latest episode of Inbetweeners using Wi-Fi from the nearby Starbucks. Arrived at the car park of Redondo Pier and had a quick walk round, it is a very popular fishing area with hundreds sat on the edge of the pier and many stalls selling fresh fish and crabs, very different to the image portrayed in the OC.
Had an early night sleep in the car so I could wake up early and make the most of my last day ...