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.
... Definitely! So, we plunked down our money and said, “Yep, that’s for us!”
And now we’ve been back home for 4 months and it’s already time to embark on this trip. Ah, well. It’s about that time to hit the road again. We have many, many lists of things to do before we go, things to pack, things to remember.
We will depart from San Francisco ...
... afternoon comes around, and it's time to leave. Since we only managed to do half the outlet we stop by on our way back northwest. Our second session here is a similar retail therapy session cruising and crisscrossing between the brand stores. The beauty of this place is that it is outdoors with the nice backdrop of the San Jancinto mountains. For some reason the high-end mix of shops ...
... never seen before, but prices that definitely made me cringe! We picked up some tacos from Del Taco and headed back to the hotel for more lounging. I'm not sure why either of us remembered Del Taco being pretty alright but, man, I was wishing we'd gone to Jack in the Box again instead.
We wound up, again, canceling our OpenTable reservations to find something a little more casual where we could ...
... Coachella is the home also of the fabulous music festival, The Coachella Music Festival, held in April. The headliners this year are The Rolling Stones. We hope to be long gone from the area by then. And it is VERY expensive, costing upwards of $1000 a piece for what I believe is a three-day event. The following weekend is a music festival catering to the country music lovers, The Stagecoach Festival. That would be more to my liking, but it’ll be hot and crowded. ...