Villa Royale Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Heated pool
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... 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,
... of hours as well as post a couple of blogs. It was very nice getting to talk to him. It’s incredible how much I miss him and am looking forward to spending time with him when I get back home. It’s nice to know that I have someone anxiously waiting for my arrival home.
Lunch was hotdogs on a hamburger bun with sweet chili sauce, cheese, and lettuce. Cheetos were the side.
Soon after lunch we headed to ...
... peacocks, bears, zebras, hippos, lots of monkeys, elephants, birds, tigers, polar bears, giant pandas (they had a baby giant panda) and turtles. Erin's favourite was seeing a hummingbird even though it wasn't an exhibit, it was just flying above an enclosure by itself. After the zoo we went back to the hostel and joined a group of people from the hostel heading out for $1 taco and $2 beer night. It was a pretty cool mexican place. The tacos were traditional ...
... movie "Cocoon", only gayer. For dinner we enjoyed meatloaf, which didn't taste quite as good as the free meatballs they were giving to a charity softball team nearby. Since everyone retires early in Palm Springs (literally), we decided to call it a night afterwards.
In theory, we could've left Palm Springs earlier than we'd booked for as the town doesn't have an over abundance of sights, but in reality, this is a great place to kick back after our South ...
I am in Palm Springs, CA resting, relaxing and reflecting on the amazing journey I had on the Camino. I planned this trip before I left for the Camino, I knew I would need the rest and time away from family and friends, work, and my busy life in Los Angeles. I arrived late Thursday night and I am leaving here in a couple of hours. There is so much I am grateful for, most especially for the dream that became a reality... to walk the Camino to Santiago ...