Desert Breezes Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... anal tests, vaginal tests, sight tests, and penis tests. Some of the tests are relevant to males yet others to women. Some STDs like gonorrhea involve urine exams while other like HIV requires both urine and blood tests. Sometimes swabs may also be done on the cheeks and the throat for HIV examination in addition to further STDs. The STD testing facilities won't press on you to do a particular test only; a physician will probably be available ...
Today we went to a presentation by Marriott about whether or not to buy more time for vacation at this resort. Even though we opted not to, the person who was the Marriott representative with whom we worked was one of the most interesting people. Over the course of our conversation with him we found out he is a CPA, ...
Day 46 Another really early morning as today we are driving the longest distance. It will take us 10 hours to get to our next campsite. To break up the drive we stopped at a conservation where we got to see karakaw cats, leopards and cheetahs! I got to pet, snuggle and hug a cheetah! One of the happiest moments of my life! It was so much like a cat. It purred, and loved its belly scratched. We got back on the truck and kept driving. We got to our campsite, set up, and left ...
Sitting in the Admiral's Club in Dallas waiting for our flight to London, and from London we will head to Stockholm and arrive in the afternoon tomorrow. So far our day has gone smoothly - on time flight from Palm Springs and our next flight looks to be on time as well. When we arrived here we left our stuff at the Admiral's Club and I dragged Dennis on a long walk around the airport. It always amazes me how clueless people are about blocking ...
... of the canyon, but it does make life a bit easier to have horizontal ground as opposed to vertical ground to endure. The decent into the next canyon was nowhere near as bad as the adventure of climbing back up the previous canyon, but it was still quite steep. Worst-case scenario, Matt told us, we would slip on loose sand/rock/soil, land on our bums, and slide down a ways. This wasn’t unappealing to me, as Fiona and I had both discussed how tempting it was to sit ...