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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Surrounded by mountains, palm trees and adobe buildings flank the area. As you begin to travel through downtown, you can just feel/smell the money. It is absolutely beautiful.....full of spas, resorts, shopping, restaurants, and more & more & more of the same. We had a nice lunch in a cute little outside café in downtown Palm Springs. We felt like hillbillies amongst the others, but the beauty was that Sandy ...
... camper around. We were fortunate to be close to a turn around and by then they had shut the interstate down and were directing people off onto the frontage road. Right before we were about to get past the fire via the frontage road, they ended up having to shut it down as well so we had to turn around again. By then it had been about 2 hours and we were right back in the spot we had started from. It really wasn’t that bad of an experience ...
... River to its normal course. By that time the Salton Sea had been formed and because of the extreme salinity in the ancient lake bed the water was very salty. The area was developed as a resort in the 50's and at one time there was a 15 lane boat ramp. The sea was great for speed boating because of the extreme buoyancy of the water. All the rich and famous from LA would ...
... Aid and the same bottle was $12.98 (still probably cheap by BC standards). We also stopped in at another food store, Cardenas, very Hispanic with a tortilla-making place and a bakery with slightly different options and many signs and packaging in Spanish. The produce display was very impressive. An interesting store to wander through for sure but on to Food4Less as slightly better wine prices. The plan had been to just buy the wine ...
... back, and roads we've never been on.
South from Laughlin towards Needles California then west on I40 to a turn-off for Historic Route 66, One day I would like to be able to say we've been on all the parts of this "Mother Road" that still exist.
Drove it to Amboy, stopping at one of the original rest stops.... so neat.
Left Route 66 at that point and headed ...