Stanlunds Inn And Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Mondays hike was a good strenuous hike that had a mix of everything....sand, rock scrambling, cactus, palm trees and a waterfall. The Hellhole Canyon Trail is 5.2 miles long round trip to the waterfall. You first hike through the desert along a sandy trail going through cactus and ocotillo trees then around 1.8 miles in it turns to boulders. We navigated over and around boulders to arrive at a ...
Galleta Meadows is a vast area around Borrego Springs that showcases these extraordinary metal sculptures made by Ricardo Breceda. Dennis Avery is a wealthy man that lives in BS and commissioned Ricardo to make these sculptures out of scrap metal and placed them around the meadows. ...
... here :) Thats not the disturbing part of it. We found out yesterday as we checked in that there is a "clothing optional" pool...oh boy...just what I want to see...elderly people naked. Oy! Luckily we are NOT facing the "clothing optional" pool....whew! There is another pool that does require bathing suits so if we ever decide to check out the pool we will visit that one. Its approaching 8:15 pacific time now so it time to brush the teeth and get ready for our hikes. ...
... be going on that road forever – so change in plan we take hwy 78 heading west, and there is also a nice campsite in the desert. And this desert is a real desert: lots and lots of sand. So when we came to the campsite we decided to dusty, let’s keep going. And since we decided twice more keep going, we drove all the way to San Diego – welcome to the ...
To Hell and back...
Well, to Hellhole Canyon and back, anyway. Another day another trek for our intrepid trio. This time we tackled a more ambitious trail. Hellhole Canyon is a 6-mile round-trip hike. Very little shade and "the last mile requires scrambling over boulders and pushing through brush". How could we refuse such a challenge?! Quite easily actually but Antony was keen. At the start of the trail are several ...