The Coyote Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews The Coyote Inn Palm Springs
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... Had to stop halfway at a gas station to fill up. It was in the middle of nowhere, like one of those places where people stop in horror movies. Lol. A really nice guy filled the car up for me, and washed the squashed bugs on my window screen. A policeman pulled in and started chatting to me about Lulu. He asked me what speed I'd managed to get out of her, as some rental companies limit the speed. Of course I always stick to the ...
When we got back to the motorhome Bob laid down for a rest and took the pain killers for a couple of days for the lingering pain but fortunately it never got bad again. We had thought it was likely kidney stones and I guess there is a chance that the CAT scan might have missed them if they were fairly small.
We had bought travel health insurance with the thought that it was to cover a catastrophic event. Since it seemed unlikely ...
... and tired from the previous day’s canyon endeavor that we stopped multiple times to sit, relax, and enjoy the dune view. It didn’t take long for our calves to really start burning, but we pushed through and made it to our goal peak. We were rewarded with a spectacular view of the area that contained all of the preserved dead trees. We also enjoyed watching people “hike” down the dune. We watched a boy run down the dune and kept ...
... ourselves to a swim in the hotel pool before heading off for the day. The highlights at Coachella for saturday were 'The XX', 'The Postal Service', 'Bat for Lashes' and 'Phoenix'. Unfortunately with so many great bands playing there was often a few tough choices to make on who to see. The most difficult one was choosing to see 'The XX' who were playing at the same time as 'Two door cinema club' and 'Franz Ferdinand'.
The final day there was a massive ...
... which it hadn't done in Cusco. Possibly it was because I'd been sick, but I struggled badly. After taking enough photos, we went back down the mountain to the tourist bureau to ask what they recommended.
Unfortunately, the only thing the girl there seemed to think was ideal was the dumb casino, so we took off in the direction of the Indian Canyons instead. When we arrived, we walked in realizing it was again another place for those serious hikers so I ended up taking photos of ...