Vagabond Inn Palm Springs
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Clean and quiet, comfortable king bed, Met some nice people. Staff very efficient
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The day didn't start well! We went for breakfast and first things first poured some orange juice for ourselves, Then the lady came out the kitchen to re-fill the machine. We took one look at her and decided to give breakfast a miss. I swear there were things living on her apron, which looked as if it hadn't been washed for at least a decade.
... This seemed like a disaster. I was picturing the Turkish Air lost luggage place in the area on the forbidden side of customs. I knew I needed help.
The guy at the front desk called Turkish Air to find out what I needed to do. He told me "Just go to the Turkish Air area and they will help you. They are expecting you." “But, it is a large airport. How do I get to the right Turkish Air ...
... had to pay more for a few of the campgrounds we stayed in! Look at the pictures, they speak for themselves. Since we were the only ones enjoying the great hotel we decided we stay in for the afternoon. Tours of the celebrity houses in the Palm Springs area looked interesting, but we gave that a miss. I did have to pinch myself sitting by the pool, the scenery is stunning, probably making the top 3 of my trip ...
... due to the thorns, burrs, etc., and the ground had plenty of plant-like objects covering it. Thankfully, by some strange coincidence, few of them were actually painful when stepped on.
After a good fifteen to twenty minute walk, Beth and I started climbing the dune. The sand was so incredibly cold, but also the softest sand I’ve ever felt. It was definitely a bizarre sensation. Even for being an easier climb, Beth and I were so sore (she even had ...
It was a long drive in the night. Cool and exhausted we slept soundly. By the morning we had already begun to feel the baking heat from the Colorado desert. We made our way to its heart, the Joshua Tree National Park.
Immediately, it struck me that the harsh conditions were not so desolate as I imagined. Life was all around us, it just took some looking. Insects, ...