Red Roof Inn Palm Springs - Thousand Palms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... comfortably in them. I thank my girlfriend for giving them to my dad to bring to me from Tucson. After talking on the phone with my girlfriend, I started hiking by 9am. Today was not supposed to be as hot as yesterday, but I did feel that it was a manageable heat. I had packed 3.5 liters of water and my next water source, flowing Whitewater River, was 10 miles away with many ups and downs along the way. After 200 miles of dry arid ...
... so went in for fish and chips. When it was served our fish came with crisps!! Peter complained to the manager who of course said chips were crisps in the US but we have been to lots of pubs in America and never once been served crisps, anyway he was very nice and didn't charge us. Gave the children $5 each so there were lots of decisions to be made on the market stalls on what to buy and we eventually got back to the hotel around 10 ...
... homey 'hood indeed!
The RV park has dozens of lemon, orange and grapefruit trees on-site, so we could pick fruit to our hearts content...which we did (four weeks later D was juicing it all so we could take it back across the CA border!)! The proximity to shopping in Indio is great, so we made runs in to Costco, Trader Joe's ...
After a lot of travel over the last several months, settling down in Palm Desert for a month of R+R seemed like a great way to wind down my leave from work. It wasn't exactly lazy days around the pool, but was definitely a nice blend of activity and relaxation... visiting with friends at times and other times doing things on our own, including a full range of outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, biking, rollerblading, and swimming. ...
... than welcome to have at it! Barrie helped the owners fix a picking-pole and we all picked more fruit than we could eat in a lifetime, so juicing became the order of the day!
The folks here are downright friendly, and upon arrival we learned of a chili cook-off that evening, so two of our gang, Marian and Jan, entered the competition! With eight contenders, all of them ...