Andreas Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on, as it was very hot. What was great was the mix of ages, gay and straight. Everyone was having a great time. Why don't we have anywhere like this at home??? We have individual clubs for individual tastes, but no one club for all tastes. Danced my **** off for a couple of hours, and not once did I feel out of place, or self conscious about being alone (not that I ever do). Waving my hands in the air like I just don't care...get ...
... to some people who were just arriving as we were leaving to look for a restaurant for dinner, We decided on one called Lulu's California Bistro as they were very busy and of course that's a good sign! It was very modern and the young servers were very efficient, The food was pretty good too,
... said we were the first people to get lost.
Only five minutes later, from their much longer and more strenuous hike, Ali and Pia arrived at the car. Beth and I couldn’t help but laugh at how long our detour took (we should have been able to climb another smaller dune before they got back…oops).
Because we all got done with the dunes quite early, Matt dropped us off at a little canyon near the entrance of the park while he paid ...
... with just tiny corn based tortillas. Between the two of us we got thru 10 tacos! After dinner we headed around the corner to a craft beer pub. Kev and Steve had a tasting paddle with 4 different specialty beers to try. The beers ranged up to 10% alcohol but were still pretty tasty. The ice hockey was playing at the same time at the pub so we got to watch a bit of that.
When we woke on Wednesday morning we had our included pancakes again before driving ...
... lunch. Once again, we were fed way more than we could manage. I was interested in seeing the renowned Betty Ford Center, so we jumped into the car and drove out to nearby Rancho Mirage. I was expecting to see the likes of Lindsay Lohan wresting with a photographer from the National Enquirer, or an institution similar to the movie "One flew over the cuckoo's nest", but was disappointed to see something resembling a hospital with a sign only allowing authorized personnel. Grrr. I ...