Indian Palms Vacation Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... from the drive on Thursday. Did some grocery shopping and just driving around the area. The town is surrounded by gigantic hills, but as with most of CA, everything is pretty dry.
Saturday, 9/27 - Off we went, bright and early to visit Yosemite. It's about a 25 ride from where we are staying. The landscape of this park is totally different from the other national parks we've visited, but it is still beautiful. At ...
... couple of days and of course, visit Palm Springs. Neither of us have been there and it's worth a stop.
Arrived at our campground/resort - it's really nice as well. We are staying at the Indian Waters RV Resort & Cottages in Indio. There is ************e here ---- the lady at the desk said this is their slow time. I made reservations for this place online and reserved it for $27 a night which is totally unheard of.....plus, when ...
... sure that everything on the account is OK. Throughout the week, I've played Tony several games of Foosball. In my day, I thought that I was quite the Foosball player but I was quickly taught by Mr. Pino that I wasn't such a hot shot. He beat me handily most times, except maybe for one game when I managed to score 8 (I think I had him scared for a bit so he turned it up and made quick work of me). He said ...
... bugs, etc.
We spent 3 nights in Josh, with bouldering being the main focus. Unlike Bishop, there isn't much to do here, other than taking in the blistering scenery. Plus everything is a 20 mile drive, so we tried to keep our mileage down and stay within the crags. We did take time during the sweltering midday sun to visit the (air conditioned) visitor centre and grab a smoothie at a nearby cafe. In this cafe there was a large atlas on the ...
... over 110. The Visitor Center was closed and not many other campers. It was pretty but glad we are only staying over one night. The sea used to be beautiful but has gone through so many changes. It is 35 by 15 miles and is one of the world’s largest land bodies of saltwater. Created by flood waters off the Colorado River so the sea is shallow only 20ft. It smells and fishing is big. Lots of fish lying dead on the shores. The snowbirds love it ...