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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... the water mishap we got off in time to reach the RV store in time. On exiting the RV park we took a wrong turn. We ended up on a narrow road with no way to turn around. We realized we couldn't use our handy dandy dolly because we didn't have power! (Note to self - get a generator as soon as we can!) Since neither of us are experts at backing up with the trailer yet ...
We broke 300 miles and also pushed 13.5 without any real sit down breaks. Kinda a mad dash day but it worked out as we arrived to the hot springs at 12:30 and spent the rest of the day enjoying ourselves in the delight of 100 degree water at a special clothing optional Californian natural wonder. It was a good ...
... took the opportunity to go into Palm Desert and do a little book shopping at Barnes and Noble. We then drove towards Palms Springs on Highway 111. We are amazed at how the towns on this highway have grown together. We pass another mall that is named The River. It is obvious that no shortage of water exists in this area. The River Mall is fronted by a pool of water that has to measure 200 feet long by 75 ...
... br> Grand Terrace was originally called "The Terrace" because of its higher ground. Later, the name "Grand" was added referring to the area's lovely view. The area's first settlers were Dr. Benjamin Barton (hence Barton Road) and Dr. W.R. Fox. By the time the Riverside-Highland Water Company was formed in 1898, this community was known as Grand Terrace.
Push to Cityhood
In 1962, the Grand Terrace Chamber of Commerce was organized. From the very ...
... to do what they need to do in order to succeed. It's been interesting to see all 750 of them start off their college experience and remember when I was a freshmen. I do not envy the first year students since it is an awkward time but part of me misses that initial excitement and opportunity to explore a new place. Who knows how long the novelty will last but I can say it's bittersweet to see none of the less.