The Coyote Inn
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- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... with got forced to move on and not wait for us any longer which was a shame. We camped with 2 others from big white Sammy and Hayden and 4 other girls Tish and Ash. We set up our camp which was cool complete with gazibo and Aussie flags. The main crew we were meant to be staying with put 5 flags up in the air so it was easy to spot the camp. We caught up on some convo and headed to bed earlier for the big 3 days ahead. ...
Today we head out to the desert. There are a few different routes we can take out to Palm Springs and we have chosen the longest, most scenic (i.e. less freeway driving). First of all we took a quick stop at a mall to visit the Lego shop. I wish we had these at home, they are so cool. Then we headed off to a small town called Julian, really cute town and famous for apples and apple pie, which of course we ...
... guys, y'ar beautiful, look at you" and then disappeared back onto the "live" stage!
We called this place Cougarsville and what an amusing evening it was. We couldn't take our eyes off the show that unfolded on the dance floor as various admiring females drifted over to the stage to touch, kiss, cuddle and flirt with the band that wasn't actually playing a single note.
We were in California after all, the state where no one grows ...
... Hotel - quite something - and then went to dinner at Melvyn's at the legendary Ingleside Inn. The Inn was built in the 1920's for the heirs of the Pierce Arrow Automobile Company and has 17 fireplaces. We split the Veal Ingleside and it was excellent. According to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous this is one of the 10 best and we certainly enjoyed the waiters in tuxes and bow ties, preparation of your meal at the table, ...
... over the lower Rockies (obviously the shortest route) which meant that we were now going up over 3000ft with nothing more than a mild steel barrier between us and the sheer drop. Laura was very brave driving up and over but I'm pretty sure there were finger imprints left in the steering wheel when we arrived. One other thing to note was that the temperature was creeping up and up with every mile, dun dun ...