The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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Drove over today from Saddlebrooke to Palm Springs. Ended up taking about 6 hours, with potty and lunch breaks. Arrived in time for Happy Hour to visit Jane and Ilene's friend Sandra. She moved to Palm Springs from Chicago after she retired earlier in 2013. Had a wonderful dinner at John Henry in PS. Ilene is staying with Sandra for a few days, while we push on westward.
... all of us to slide all of the way forward in our seats. We also didn’t see as much game, only a handful of female kudu and a couple of springbok.
We got back around 4:00 and supper wasn’t until 6:00. That left me enough time to nap. I rolled out of bed and headed to supper. We had a fantastic leg and thigh chicken dish with sweet potatoes (the best I’ve had prepared in cinnamon… normally I don’t like them made like that), some ...
... intense sun feels like-- hence, my skin went into shock. (I have never burned and peeled before this vacation.)
Needless to say, we all enjoyed a restful holiday, and even got to see my cousin Peter, who came over from LA. I don't think any of us wanted to return home at the end of the week.
I felt rather unproductive towards the end of holiday, without Uni work and hours of reading. But fear not, the ...
... are lucky to see Palm Springs on the other side of the valley; 5. When in Joshua Tree National Park we were actually in the Mojave Desert; 6. U2's album cover for "Joshua Tree" was not actually photographed in Joshua Tree National Park, but in Darwin, California, 300 miles away; 7. Joshua Trees were so named by Mormon pioneers who thought they looked like Joshua, arms raised to the heavens; 8. Strawberry jam sandwiches taste good in beach chairs in ...
... but the pulse of the road and the heart of the Camino became a part of me. At times, I felt like my body was only a shell carrying my spirit and it was my spirit that travelled the Camino... we are spiritual beings living in this material world. Along the Camino, I experienced grief & hope, pain & struggle, strength & determination, happiness & sadness, joy & laughter, love & passion, romance & friendship, solitude ...