Red Roof Inn Palm Springs - Thousand Palms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Nice breakfast, nice rooms and very reasonable price.
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Travel Blogs from Thousand Palms
... world's Joshua trees grow here. They are not really a tree, but a species of yucca. A majority are pretty scrawny, but there were many fine specimens. However, I think the best feature of this park are all the boulder stacks throughout the area. They create many strange, eerie formations including Skull Rock ( very cool). You not only have the pleasure of seeing them but also the fun of ...
... the hold-up was. She then came out with Pauline's omelette which looked dry, as if it had been sitting under a hot lamp. At that point I cancelled the order and we left. The drinks were $2.50 and I left $3.00, the 50c tip was grudged.
The next few hours were spent driving through endless desert on straight roads that just went on forever. There were no gas station for over 50 miles. We came into Palm Springs around 3:00pm ...
... four Modernist works, among them a pair of Van Gogh, a Rembrandt and a Manet---all on loan from a wealthy Palm Springs patron away on vacation. If you're planning to join us this winter this will be a mandatory visit. A stroll amidst the hundreds of folks enjoying the various stalls, displays and entertainers along the street ending the evening with a terrific Mexican meal at Los Casuelos. Home too late, too full but thrilled to ...
... two-wheeling, and approaches riding as you would expect from the mind of an analytical engineer.
Ray is a positive, steadying influence on me. Every time we ride together, I learn something new. About riding, about Ray, and about myself.
Beginning tomorrow, each evening after we park the bikes for the night, you will receive a short e-mail notification with a highlight or two of the day’s ride, and ...
... species. The weather was glorious! We found a lovely quiet, rustic spot at Mecca Beach. The beach was very unusual...instead of sand the shoreline was entirely empty barnacles with dead fish here and there! We later found out during the Second World War the military float planes came in and introduced barnacles. They had no predictors and clung to each other as there were no rocks, and storms washed them ashore. We hiked about ...