Highland Springs Resort and Conference Center
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Receptionist said Pinochios was good for breakfast and it was although busy so quite a wait which is never good for the children, Peter wasn't impressed by the gay guys kissing either. Then off to Indian Canyon for the hike that Peter and I had done a couple of years ago, it's quite an amazing drive up there and it is Indian land so our park pass wasn't valid. It was really hot as by now it was around 11am so a stop in the shop for a hat ...
Jim and I ate at Babes, bet you can guess what they specialize in.
We also had a great Indian buffet lunch at Monsoon's complete with Kingfisher beer.
After me and the boys decided it was nap time.
A couple of other pics that are explained in the captions.
Till next time.
... hills again in country that resembled cowboys & Indians. We reached the downward part to be shown the most amazing views of our road down & the greenness of Palm Springs. We arrived down in Palm Springs & found our Motel for the night, a retro 50s style where we had booked the Pretty In Pink Marilyn Monroe room for Frankal & Mel as a surprise and the Shake Rattle & Roll room for us a tribute to Elvis Presley, the rooms were amazing. We decided ...
... know we're not much for joining groups of any sort and the thought of anything active or athletic gives Dianne a rash! We return to Palm Springs committed to one of the many viewings of recent days in hope that it's still available. Check the link; check your calendars! If you think you'd like to join us for a winter getaway, let us know. The spare room will fill up quickly
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.....so if you're wondering whether or not it's possible to travel from point A to B without ever using an Interstate Highway.....the answer is technically, always! However, much depends on the effective communication between driver and navigator, without interference from any passenger. So, in our case the answer is no! Far too many off ramps, merges and ...