Desert Isle of Palm Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I did the usual, and headed over to The Barracks in Cathedral City for the very popular beer bust and BBQ. I keep forgetting that I really don't like it. Not sure why, just don't. But off I went anyway, and low and behold, I stayed for 2 drinks and left. Went back to Streetbar, and one of the locals told me to Oscars for the Sunday tea dance. It was AMAZING!!! Old school disco in a really nice open air courtyard. Lots of ...
... after that. He said he hadn't felt so good in years! They came to take more blood since the earlier sample had clotted before they had a chance to do the tests. Bob was feeling "happy" at this point and in typical Bob fashion he was giving the nurse some advice on the best way to draw his blood.
I called the insurance company again and they told me they were faxing over some forms for Bob to sign (to allow release of his medical ...
Bob and Bonnie need to get to Tuscon to hook up with some other couples who are also heading to Mazatlan so they are leaving this morning and we decide to head west to Palm Springs.
Around 10 am we reluctantly say good bye and head out on the road. All is good for the first hour and then we hit the open desert and there is a Gale force cross wind with blowing sand on the hwy. When we get close to the ...
... that we had purchased included tickets to enter all three festival days, accommodation and bus transportation to and from the festival. Coachella is known for having the best range of new and old indie and alternative rock bands. For example on this years line up they had artists ranging from 19yo 'Jake Bugg' from England to 70yo Sixto 'Rodriguez' from Detroit. The highlights from the first day included 'Alt-J', 'Yeah Yeah Yeahs' and 'Foals'.
The next day ...
... so we aren't complaining.
We've been keeping an eye on our flights back home to Sydney from Los Angeles and, surprise surprise, the availability of seats is looking dubious already. We have decided to cancel our extra day here in the USA, when we had planned to visit Santa Barbara, and fly to Japan instead. It's definitely the long way around, but it least it will be much less stressful.
I was still feeling a bit queasy today so we took it easier and moseyed down to ...