- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... spa I had coffee with Mom who kindly agreed to drop me off at the spa. We had a great chat at Koffi on Palm Canyon. As a brief aside, this tea drinker loves a place like Koffi, a local Palm Springs coffee shop, because they got it right on the subject of the cost you pay for a tea. How is this so?
Because Koffi charges the same price for tea regardless of the size, so its 2.55 for a 12 oz, and 2.55 for a 14 oz and 2.55 for a 16 oz. ...
... This was paired with a salad. Conversation again turned to countries’ foods, and the same arguments arose…. This time it was a bit more dynamic as more people were involved: A German (Sven), two Canadians (Brittany and volunteer Matt), three Americans (Duke Matt, Maria, me), four British (Chris, Neuras Matt, and Alison), a Swiss (Pia), an Australian (Fiona), and an Italian (Ali). Thankfully, the conversation turned to words that Americans and ...
Woke up, as usual, showered and had breakfast, conflakes and coffee, I much prefer this to sausage and bacon. Had a chat with the Frenchies about todays events and picked up the Merc. I am not hiring from Midway cars again, they're just thick ********s and love to present you with extra charges. Saying that though, the Merc is Fully Loaded and ******* lovely!!! Probably a £30,000 car at home. The sound system is wicked. Picked up Dounia and Alice and off ...
... the top of the mountain it was 50s! There are trails to take....which we did of course. I must say I think I no longer have vertigo after this cross country trip! Vivi loved it!
Next....practice was at the Moorten Botanical Gardens, where the ceremony will take place. It is all cacti of so many variations. Very cool place! Rehearsal was fun. Jenny and her team of friends ...
... It gets you thinking of those who came before us...and before A/C. I wonder how they survived the desert heat. I take my hat off to all those trail blazers who ventured out west to claim their stake in the American dream. They traveled for months by foot and horseback, roughing the desert terrain without ice and bottled water. Talk about your trail of tears!
Anyway, that was then and now is now - with the 21st Century we have modern ...