Lake La Quinta Inn
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Travel Blogs from La Quinta
... below the resort, from our earth's core.
-the 5th and last station is a cool-down room.
You can repeat 4 of these as many times as you wish on your visit but the mineral soak is only a one-off for health and safety reasons: its 135 degrees F. Myself, I repeated the four twice and mineral-soaked once. In the last room, the cool down recovery room, I not only found recovery and also humor.
In the recovery room ...
... shopping at Trader Joe's and Costco for cheap liquor (ie: $13 for a 1.75 litre of vodka!), gas & food, sitting in the sun with our feet up and a book in hand, visiting other 'snow-birds' that wisely came south (notably Greer & Andy Rosequist, Brian & Sheila Lindsay and Craig, Rose & ...
After returning from Joshua Tree we have been on the computer planning as much of our road trip as possible. We have booked a place in San Francisco for a few days time. We will be leaving the luxury of this great house in the morning. Seans mum returned today and cooked us some tasty Mexican food. ...
As much as we enjoyed Palm Springs, we were ready for a break. Joshua Tree National Park was recommended to us by several friends so we headed there - just an hour from Palm Desert. We entered the Park from the south entrance and drove north through the park. It was a beautiful drive.
The eastern part of the park is lower in elevation and is ...
... 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
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility