Terra Cotta Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Happy Hour started that evening at 4:00 at the pool and we met a few interesting people and the happy hour hosts, who live locally. Well, must I say the margaritas were very good. After a nice swim and dinner, we took Maggie May to the doggie park in the resort and she made friends with Ollie, a lab mix who was also visiting. I went to check out the Aqua Clientele casino up the road a bit, while Gerry took a nap and then utilized the "state of the art" ...
... s not the way it works. I even played the age card - to no avail. Finally they called him in and did blood pressure and temperature, and asked for a urine sample. We were then sent back out into the waiting room to await his turn to see the doctor.
When they called him in, they didn't let me go with him. They have a security guard in the ER waiting room and you need to get a "badge" from him in order to gain access to the inner sanctum. The ...
Woke up at 3:00 for some reason and had a rough time going back to sleep… no nightmares this time thankfully. Then it was time to get up around 5:00 and shower. We departed at 5:30 for Sossusvlei. My group was comprised of Pia (a Swiss girl), Beth (a British girl), Ali (an Italian girl and my current roomie), and myself. We stopped at a "petrol station" near the Sossusvlei Park and picked up breakfast. They had a limited selection on hot foods, so I grabbed ...
... it with plenty of time and once the bus arrived we loaded on to travel the long journey back to cancun airport. About 4 hours later we arrived in cancun with time to spare before our flight and got our plane back to LA. We arrived in LA fairly late (around 11pm) but our good friends Steve and Maryanne (S & M) were staying at the same hotel so we stayed up a but later to have a quick catch up with them. We had purposely booked the same because we were all ...
... Monroe statue, and walked along Palm Springs' own "Boulevard of Stars", like Hollywood has. Granted, I'd only heard of about half of them, but it was cool seeing the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, Bob Hope and Dinah Shore immortalized in concrete. Another thing to note are all the election signs around the city for Mary Bono Mack, the widow of Sonny Bono, who also has his own statue in town.
From what we've seen so far, we love it here. In some ways, you could view it ...