Desert Isle of Palm Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with own airport) in which every corner is well kept and perfectly clean, even the palm trees seem to have a hairdresser. In Palm Springs Downtown are dozens of restaurants, shops and bars, which make us the choice where to go for dinner, Mexican, Italian, American or French, not easy. In Palm Springs we will relax now from L.A. sightseeing with delicious cocktails on the pool in the sun before we continue our trip to Las Vegas.
... ever able to keep up! I saw her holding a move which even I could not do! Brilliant, love!
After yoga we walked right next door to the Palm Springs Farmers market with pat and LInds. Afterward we headed home to pick up Warwick for a golf game Warwick had organized for us at Cimarron Golf Resort. We all had a great time. The lads kindly gave me a ...
... sausage a la salsa on an open fire, drank rather too much wine and danced around to the tinny sound of the iPad, and actually slept because it wasn't freezing cold (and ok maybe the wine had something to do with it) - brilliant! The only thing that spoiled it was some total BEEP BEEP BEEP nicked our camping chairs in the night. Who steals camping chairs, seriously?!?! It hasn't put us off but we have an appointment with the bright lights of LA, back to the city we go...
... we are all set for our long drive tomorrow. Eggs and Soldiers for dinner, very gourmet, but wolfed down none the less.
Another swim for the boys. So nice for them to have something fun to do in the early evening whilst Taya is going to bed. A couple of bedtime stories on the iPad. Dylan has us laughing as he usually insists on 'turning' the pages himself and pressing the words for the story. Tonight he grabs Emma's thumb and uses it to do the swiping and ...
On Sunday morning we packed up camp and we drove through and saw Joshua Tree National Park after crossing into California. It was almost sunset by the time we got there, but still got a lot of good photos. It took a bit over an hour, its a drive, the park has three enters/exits and we just drove it on our ...