Indian Palms Vacation Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... are restored to their former glory replete with memorabilia. Dan got to hang out with Marilyn while Wendy settled for an Edsel.
We finally reached Las Vegas, en route to Death Valley. Wendy pronounced it Disneyland for gamblers. We drove down the strip and kept going out of town, instead spending the day hiking and scrambling over rocks in Red Rock Canyon. Entertainment came from ...
... amongst the immense boulder formations. It's beauty is completely different from what you might ordinarily see.
Some of the twisted, spiky trees remind you of something straight out of Dr. Seuss. Years ago, the Joshua tree was recognized by American Indians for its useful properties - tough leaves were worked into baskets and sandals and flower buds/raw or roasted seeds made healthy additions to the ...
... the hold-up was. She then came out with Pauline's omelette which looked dry, as if it had been sitting under a hot lamp. At that point I cancelled the order and we left. The drinks were $2.50 and I left $3.00, the 50c tip was grudged.
The next few hours were spent driving through endless desert on straight roads that just went on forever. There were no gas station for over 50 miles. We came into Palm Springs around 3:00pm ...
We were originally planning on going to Universal studios today, but after thinking about driving through LA Monday morning in rush hour traffic, we decided to go to Disney California Park instead as the Pino's and the Puchala's had never been there before. We all got up early and verified that there were no scorpion incidents throughout the night, ate a fast breakfast and got on the road in a white vehicle caravan to Anaheim. It is funny how no matter how old you are, there is ...
... the bird watching of over 400 species with over 400 million birds that visit the area. This was one of the parks that CA was closing because of budget cuts but they have kept this campground open – that’s why I could get a reservation because no one knew they decided to not close it at the time – just luck!
What is really interesting is the politics that went behind the building the 242 mile long Colorado River ...