Calla Lily Inn
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... All low buildings, green, mountains in the background, the views of the hotel were just like the picture we had shared on Facebook before we left. That evening we took the bus to downtown PS, found a fabulous restaurant where Si could have the meatloaf he'd been craving all trip, and then went for a beers in a bar round the corner, where we were accosted by a lovely intoxicated American. The bus journey back was ever more eventful when 2 drunk ladies from ...
... of Los Angeles.
Just northeast of Palm Springs, next to a reservation casino (!) there are two outlets, Desert Hills and Cabazon. Cabazon is a small one, almost like a strip mall, but the Desert Hills one; that's massive. They're just finishing a major upgrade and now have around 130 stores, everything from your basic Nike, Levi's and Diesel so really cool ones like John Varvatos, Versace ...
Woke up to a beautiful blue ski morning....windy and will be 34 again today. Had breakfast at the hotel with the added bonus of the leftover baguette and grapes from last nights dinner. The YVR flight is full so we are now on the Calgary flight and hope to make the connection to YVR as it is snowing in Calgary. That would be quite the adjustment if we had to stay over the night. We had ...
... that looked interesting and several nigiri pairs. The sushi was brought to the table as it was prepared. After the first few rolls, we started noticing that we were receiving the really heavy, rice-y rolls and had not seen a bit of nigiri. I then, looked at the menu again, and let out a huge gasp. Evidently, in the fine print at the bottom of the page, all of the sushi on the menu was ACYE but for the rolls ...
... researched the ESPN store in Downtown Disney, so we dropped in for a look before we left the happiest place known to man. Little bonus was that Lego Land was right next door to ESPN (which didn't open until 11), so we took a look at all things Lego for an hour or so, and the boys had a serious vehicle building contest to strive for some engineering supremacy, as the cars raced on the track officiated by the Lego dude, Manny ...