Red Roof Inn Palm Springs - Thousand Palms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... me. How neat was that! A peace officer giving peace a good name!
But we continue straight, heading toward Idyllwild, a rustic mountain destination known as one of the "100 Best Small Art Towns in America." With a population of about 4,000, Idyllwild was once the summer home for bands of Cahuilla Indians who migrated to the area to escape the heat of lower elevation deserts. Their thought process was similar to mine ...
... a great way to have a good overall view. We spent about two and half hours looking around, we had a meal and watched a movie about the history of the cable car. The pictures again cannot capture the beauty of this area. We then travelled to Indio and found a Quality Inn Motel. We had a coupon which they excepted and we got the room for a reasonable price, including breakfast...good for our budget. We are now on the edge of the desert so it is very hot here, on our way to Phoenix ...
After a freezing cold night the sun came up and it was extremely warm inside the tent. It probably didn't help that we'd slept in long trousers and our waterproof jackets due to the cold. Surrounding our campsite are lots of different rock formations that you can climb up so we went up a few of them and then came back for some lunch because the temperature had gone very hot. The nearest ...
... Chuck!), Bev Mo, World Trade and Five Guys Burgers...all the essentials!
Friends Craig and Rose Little joined us a couple of times, once for a great hike in the Painted Canyon Hills (lots of ladders and bum-scrambling!) and a happy hour & fish-fry dinner, and once for an early Chinese New Year's dinner. We also invited the ...
... 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 ...