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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Nice breakfast, nice rooms and very reasonable price.
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... found a new yoga studio in La Quinta that I quite like (Evolve). I went to my first restorative yoga class there, which left me wondering why the heck I had not tried it sooner! There was a trip to Huntington Beach, where we had the pleasure of staying at the Kelly residence (see fb album) , and an excursion to Las Vegas, primarily for a Jimmy Buffet concert with a group of friends, but of course this group had no problem finding ...
... morning along a line of palm tree oases (palm springs) in the Coachella Valley (Indian, not Spanish pronunciation), along the San Andreas fault. Had brunch at Panera, a bakery style cafe. The girls then went shopping and Bob and I checked out a couple of golf shops. The PGA Tour Superstore is huge and carries a massive range. Then we did a recon to the Desert Willow Golf Resort where we are ...
... with grass that likes cooler temperatures and reseed in the spring with grass that likes hot weather. It takes about 5 weeks to totally reseed the course if weather conditions are right. We played on a course that had been reseeded the last 5 weeks and we had to stay on the cart paths which meant a lot more walking for us. The grass was lush and we did not get much roll. The greens were slow. Today we played on a different course ...
... us and 2 other cars got split from the convoy and were placed in a different section. We have a nice little spot and are together anyway. Probably good to be in a different section and able to not get roped into partying too hard! Just chilled all arvo and set up. Me and Bree pulled out our camp chairs, that's as far as setting up goes for us so we helped the others wack up their tents. We found the main crew who had put lots of flags up at their ...
... continued to join the others.
We then had to hike up Honey Canyon. I can honestly say I have never been so petrified in my entire life. At one point I was almost in tears simply from the fear of falling. I used all fours to climb up the canyon, and I’m quite certain the climb took more than 10 minutes. This has taught me that fear causes exhaustion and burns energy. The climb up was much steeper and the terrain was much rougher than that of the ...