La Maison Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... So he called a taxi, who agreed to take me to the airport, help me get to the right area, and bring me back. Indeed, he found a place to park the taxi on the curb (that wouldn’t happen in America!) He took off down the street pulling my suitcase, me running behind. He found a guy in a black suit and asked him what to do next. I go through security (What! With no boarding pass?) and go to the INFORMATION ...
... but it was a nice, scenic journey taking us from the lowlands around the Pacific Ocean, through the rolling Californian hills then down into scrublands and on to the desert terrain where the towering Santa Rosa and Santa Jacinto Mountain Ranges provide an imposing but lovely background - a very enjoyable wee drive! Palm Springs is all you would imagine it to be - a lush, well manicured, clean and classy Oasis of green grass and ...
... had another 500m walk which was so long and dusty that were guys riding Indian style bicycle 'tuktuks' and giving people rides on the back for a fee. After the second walk you go through a second checkpoint where they search your bags and body again (again not prams) and then you are in. Yeah!
We made it just in time to see the start of the 'of Monsters and Men' set which was awesome and heaps of people were dancing around us. Zach was a bit ...
... home in Sun city, Palm Desert. They are wonderful hosts including golf at Sun City, and tour of the city - ending in a shopping trip located on the College of the Desert campus. This weekly event sponsors over 300 vendors offering a wide variety of unique gifts, clothing, and interesting trinkets. Thank you Diane and Richard!
Our next highlight was an exploration of ...
... was heading my way. I've been in that part of the world before during a dust storm, and it's a bit scary to say the least!
Drove through the Mojave National Preserve, the northern edge of the Joshua Tree area, and the Yucca Valley. The clouds were gathering fast and looked quite threatening. Anyone that knows me, knows I'm terrified of thunder and lightning. What made matters worse, I was seeing LOTS of signs warning that I was ...