Ritz Milner Hotel
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... ventured onwards. Turns out two of them half an hour late for the bus the next day haha, hanging and very glazey eyed. Pretty sure Travis wasnt very happy haha. Once everybody was in the van, Travis gave us the low down, unfortunately we don't get very long in L.A. :( So haven't seen much yet, but we head back to L.A. before we head to Fiji. Therefore we set off to our first stop....The Joshua Tree National ...
I was here only once before in 1984 with my late uncle, Neil Boyle. We sat at the back, a round table which I was under the impression was his regular seat. It seems, though no longer a drinker, Neil came in almost daily for lunch when he would be presented with a pewter beer stein filled with his favourite beverage - black coffee. I was honoured to be shown this special place by him on my first solo visit to town.
What makes a little Irish ...
- Drove 169 miles, spend $31.57 on gas
- We ate Late lunch at The Hat. It is one of my favorite spots down south. I had a delicious pastrami burger.
- Later in the evening for desert we ate at Diddy Riese, a popular local cookie and ice cream spot. Great end to a long day of driving
- At the end of the day we ended up spending like $15.55 on food.
... arms. The Gneiss rock out crops were a variety of interesting shapes on which one could imagine a thousand creatures.
It was not as hot as we expected about 109 F due to the elevation. We did about a 2 Km walk around the lake. The hollow surrounded by rocks was dammed for cattle when the area was wetter about 100 years ago. There was very little water there ...
... and I guess it wasn't allowed so I had to go back and redo my sheet.
After we waited for the right shuttle, we went to the hotel. On the way, everyone talked to each other, even if they didn't know the person next to them. And they were all so polite and I saw NO LITTER on the ground. It was incredible.
We went to our rooms and went to bed at around 10:00 pm, Japan time. We are all super jet lagged and ready for train travel tomorrow.