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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... is a 20 minute drive away but after cooking Chilli in the pan yesterday and having eggs this morning we felt that it needed a wash, plus we only have 3 spoons so they needed cleaning too! Our last walk of the day was the 49 Palm Oasis which was a 3 mile trip that ended at, I'm sure you've guessed, an oasis with palm trees. We headed back to camp after this for a good old soup made in some clean ...
... to the Chinese New Year dinner, and we had great fun celebrating together. They were surprised to find sticky rice and steamed egg & meat on the menu, as well as wun tun soup, chow mein, sweet & sour chicken, and stir-fried veggies. A wonderful singsong around the campfire followed, with Rose and Jim leading us, Jim's guitaring ...
... to do over the course of a 3 day weekend (see FB album). For me, not being much of a drinker or gambler, I really enjoyed the scenic tour route in Red Rock Canyon, just west of Vegas, and our hike on one of the many trails they have in the conservation area there. I also had an opportunity to get to a yoga class at Modo Yoga LV, the US equivalent of our Moksha Yoga. Studio was beautiful and very relaxing, and the class really nice, as ...
... is slightly delayed when we discover an empty lockbox! Frantic calls to and from the owner and shortly a neighbour comes to the rescue and we're in. Our new place is a funky large studio apartment complete with paper mache statue in the corner. A zebra-coloured middle-aged woman complete with beads and roller skates mounted on a wooden barrel. There's an electric cord to plug it in, but we'll wait for later.
... a lunch in the parking lot of Sossusvlei and then jumped into 4WDs to navigate into the Sossusvlei Pan. This is Namibia's number one tourist attraction. The 32 000 sq km sand sea (4x size of Israel) is set amid red sand dunes that tower up to just over 300m high. We arrived around 2pm which allowed us to virtually be by ourselves. In early morning, thousands of tourists clog the area and can make picture taking ...