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
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... Springs was filled with crafters, food, music and people. It was very festive and many of the establishments had misting sprinklers to keep us wet and cooled off. Fun running thru them, since we took Maggie May with us. On Friday, we went exploring and shopping in one of the quaint shopping districts of Palm Desert and checked out the visitor's center for information. Oh yea I bought a pair of those cool sandals that Gerry got in Balboa Island..(pic ...
Rick and Darlene dropped us off at the ER at the Desert Regional Medical Centre in Palm Springs. The place was really busy and we waited over an hour just to see the triage nurse. I called the insurance company right away as soon as we checked in because you always hear that they try to weasel out of claims if you don't call BEFORE treatment. They told me that (based on the complaint) it would be reasonable for the hospital to do X-rays ...
... is boring. But the annual Coachella Fest is held down the street from my house in April. The International Tamale Festival is held in December in Indio. The Riverside County Fairgrounds is located in Indio as well which comes around in February. The Valley is known for the dates found on the palm trees. My dad picked them as a kid out on our old ranch. We are also known for our colorful sunsets and nature found in the desert. The first thing you should go to if you visit our lively desert is the ...
... Ball and Marilyn Monroe.
As we drove the short distance from Palm Springs back to Rancho Mirage, we noticed the obvious areas of the natural desert plant life settled between the lush areas of the developed neighborhoods. The contrast is incredible. One can surely see how modern times have made the desert bloom. I'm ...
... to a video bar called "Spurline" across the road that was recommended by a bloke at the table next to us. It was a lot of fun and we actually felt like the youngest people in there (which doesn't happen often in Sydney). There seemed to be a lot of audience participation as the video screens played everything from show tunes, to comedy clips, to scenes from "Mommie Dearest". I've never been to a video bar before but we really liked it.
We have three days here which should be ...