Desert Isle of Palm Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Springs was particularly busy due to the ATP World Tour Indian Well Tennis Tournament - good news today as Andy Murray won through to the last 8.
We left the city hustle and bustle and spent a great day up in the Joshua Tree National Park. Crafted over millions of years by torrential rain, battering wind, and extreme temperatures, Joshua Tree National Park stretches over nearly 800,000 acres of rugged ...
... in pleased wonder and tell him that I only restrung it last month in fact, and played last month In Winnipeg.' Already intrigued by his questions you could imagine my surprise when he inquired 'the one on Taylor?', meaning 'Taylor Tennis Academy' on Taylor Avenue in Winnipeg.
'How on earth do you know about Taylor? I replied gob-smacked. That's when he extended his right hand forward to shake mine and said 'David M. of Borebank Avenue in River Heights (an area ...
... seeing so much. This visit to Yuma was not without that and I managed to snap a photo again. There is a strip of parking space alongside maybe a cotton field on 32nd Street in Yuma, across from the military base airfield where cars park and mostly males hang out with cameras and iphones in hand hoping to capture photos of the military planes and helicopters.
Anyway, we arrived here in Indio, California-- one of the nine cities that make up ...
... so pleased with herself.
After dinner tonight Rich and Dylan head to the swimming pool for a dip. Dylan is coming on in leaps and bounds, literally. He goes straight to the side and jumps in, then back out, time and time again. Then he swims from the steps to Rich. This soon turns into a lazy glide across to Daddy as his energy levels drops. It still has us in stitches as he lazily floats across and awaits his rescue.
... onto the Victor Trail. We assumed we had missed the entrance to this as we felt like we had walked at least 2 if not 3 miles but it had actually only been 1. It was so hot and meandering it felt like so much further. The Victor Trail is a 2 mile hike up on the mountain ridge through really barren desert with lots of cacti and great views but it was so exposed. We were melting and it became really tough going by the end as it hit the 90s. It was also terrifying ...