The Monroe Palm Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Quick update for this one folks. Nothing spectaculair here ;) Day 4 was leaving LA and heading over to palms springs. As we were both completely exhausted besides the driving eating and drinking.. We relaxed ;) Day 5 was leaving Palm Springs to go to Needles. Before that we visited the Joshua Tree National Park though.it was our first national park and was as gorgeous as the pictures made it out to be. We ...
... really easily, which was a miracle.
Checking in proved to be more tricky.
Sweet Drew with the delicious dimples on reception smiled sweetly and told me that our room was unfortunately not quite ready but he hoped it would be ready by 5pm.
The two complimentary drinks vouchers went someway to appease things, so we sat in the reception area and downed two beers.
5pm came and went, Drew flashed the dimples again and ...
... as Patti had bought a two week stay at a fundraiser auction a couple of years ago. Mark thought she was bidding on a bottle of wine. Great weather today again and a BBQ to celebrate our new digs. Gonna like this. Regarding the earthquake, April Fools! Ok, not my best but I miss my kids and Patti's boys who are my favorite targets on my best day of the ...
Wow, 113 degrees registered on the journey here! For the locals I think the highway from LA seems fairly uneventful, but for me it was exciting to see landscapes that were so unlike anything I was used to. Scorched out, dusty red hills, strange looking cacti and at one stage a massive sea of white wind turbines.
Arrived in Palm Springs to find a giant statue of Marilyn Monroe... next to a Starbucks. Had a chai latte and looked ...
... app to find a place to stay. Palm Springs is pretty much a South Beach planted in the desert of California, surrounded by mountains with no humidity. We went thrifting after lunch and checked out the casino, later realized that we had taken warm weather for granted by the pool, then ended the night with a ride up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.