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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Visited with Tom & Kathy Huey
Took Tramway up San Jacinto Mountain overlooking Coachella Valley from the Southwest
Day trip to Joshua Tree National Park overlooking Coachella Valley from the Northeast
Departing Indio, CA on way to San Diego went thru California Tree ...
... The weather is getting hotter the further south we go. I think it will probably get worse.
Arrived at our campground - or should I say resort. The Bakerfield RV Resort - it was awesome. We are staying two nights - almost wish we were staying longer. Sites are nice and flat and nice and big and lots of amenities.
9/24 - Didn't do too much today, I actually got my hair cut/colored and a pedicure. Feel human again. This resort ...
... When the pyrotechnics went off the whole crowd could feel the heat of the flames. It ended after 10pm and we followed the big mob of people out to Disney Downtown. I sat down on a bench with Colson while the girls went in to check out a Disney shop. Colson promptly fell asleep - it was a LONG day for the little gaffer. The drive home was uneventful with the kids sleeping in the back and my navigator joining them in dreamland intermittently along the 2 hour trek back to Palm ...
... were so excited because it meant we were going to have some fun! One time while in town he took us to my first ever fish restaurant, I ordered mahi mahi and thought it was the fanciest thing ever! When we went to visit them in Santa Monica they took us to Disney Land, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the thing that made the biggest impression on me, a show at the Hollywood Bowl. I just remember it as being so beautiful listening to music, the light from ...
... Mary as I have always had an interest in the Queen Ships. In many ways I was sad how the Americans were using her for profit which included a Ghost tour down in the bottom deck. Still she retained much of her splendour and one could imagine just how it must have been in those days. Ships nowadays dwarf the Queen but none have the class she once had. With a sad heart I left her ...