Lake La Quinta Inn
Travel Blogs from La Quinta
... home. The Internet over here isn't very reliable so hard to know if it will update or not. Drove through big bear beautiful place. Then lots of driving through the desert. Arrived to the big lights and people everywhere, slap bang in the middle of the ...
... an extreme distance runner and this car will certainly cover some distances.
Having never driven on the "wrong" side of the road before and having only driven an automatic a couple of times i was certainly thrown in at the deep end. We had to navigate three 6 lane freeways and after 3 hours we arrived at La Quinta. Here we had arranged to meet Sean from the Africa trip. He has been here with his ...
Everyone left about 7:15 this morning leaving me to fend for myself for about 4 hours......... Bliss, peaceful. What can I say. Would give up rain 8 months of the year for this any day. They returned from golf about 11:30 then your dad and I decided to go for a bike ride. It was amazing right up until I looked down at my front tire and realized it was flat..we had been riding for less than an hor :(. There was ...
... restaurant (as you can imagine) and had a great meal with a nice cocktail to start, a tasty steak, good wine and great service! This was as far east as we would go on this trip. Next stop is Monument Valley in Arizona, but before we get there we visit the Four Corners Monument. This is the only place in the USA where 4 States (Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico) meet. The road to this monument is a long, barren and desolate road and in ...
... there; it is quite a memorable place.
Driving north, the scenery throughout Minnesota is beautiful. Lakes everywhere, rolling hills, spectacular vistas. Then you near the North Dakota border, and geography screams out "frozen tundra" much of the year.
In Grand Forks, we stayed with our old friends from Southern California, David and Nancy Lurwig. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool