Desert Isle of Palm Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by now and after we actually get our tickets (use our pass) some trouble occurs in the back seats (bored children) so we decide to come straight out & head to Palm Springs - it doesn't seem a good idea to tramp around the park now. Trouble is it's over an hour to the hotel, still the thought of the swimming pool keeps them going. The Hard Rock hotel is amazing, all music memorabilia, Lady Gaga's dress, Red Hot Chilli Peppers ...
... but they are just holes in the ground. There is antibacterial hand wash for your hands. An experience to say the least.
After Oatman we stopped at Topock which has a hotel and spa complex, We ordered drinks and breakfast. After ten minutes no drink or food had arrived so we asked the waitress if there was a problem. She apologised and brought our drinks. A further twenty minutes went by and still no food. Again we asked the ...
Today's note has a mysterious title, of course, but then again how many times has, what I'm about to describe, happened to you?
You are driving to gas up your rental car near the local airport and notice locals milling about, shoe-horning their cars into a small parking area near the gas station. Then they are walking away from the gas station toward what is a large jumbo jet parked - parallel parked, of course - off ...
... rolling in over the mountains and when we reached the next lookout point we couldn't actually see back down the mountain! At this point we decided it was probably best to get back to the tramway station and make our way away from the smoke!! There was actually ash starting to fall and by the time we had taken the tramway down the mountain (some how the toss up of getting on the tram or staying in the fire made the scary trip down ...
We were on the road again at 7am today. We had a short distance to travel to get to our new campsite near Sossusvlei and arrived around 11am. Tents were set-up and we quickly hit the road again. Our first stop was the Sesrium Canyon. This 1km long, 30m deep canyon was carved by a river through 15 million year old deposits of sand and gravel conglomerate. We took a short hike in the canyon to take some pictures. We ...