Parker Palm Springs
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... today, but had a great time hanging out at my fav bar Streetbar, and having a laugh with the locals. The rain didn't really bring down the temperature, but made it worse with all the humidity in the air. Anyway, not too much to write about just now, as I'm just relaxing and drinking, although the heat must be affecting my alcohol tolerance, and I'm asking for light pours, and water with every drink. Who'd have thought!! Btw, ...
Here we are at last in Palm Springs safe and sound, We got here around lunchtime and found a motel pretty quickly, We checked in here for the next three days until Saturday when we get into our condo, The temperature was 27degrees Celsius this afternoon but it cools down as it gets dark, ...
... the rough land in the canyon. Our only reference to where the vehicle was located was the GPS system, which only tells how many meters from the target point someone is. Basically, we weren’t sure the exact location of the vehicle and where the best spot would be to climb based on closeness to the vehicle. We settled on an area that was more of a very very very large and steep hill as opposed to what seemed like a mountain. This trip up was no where near as scary ...
... with just tiny corn based tortillas. Between the two of us we got thru 10 tacos! After dinner we headed around the corner to a craft beer pub. Kev and Steve had a tasting paddle with 4 different specialty beers to try. The beers ranged up to 10% alcohol but were still pretty tasty. The ice hockey was playing at the same time at the pub so we got to watch a bit of that.
When we woke on Wednesday morning we had our included pancakes again before driving ...
... a look. Borax Museum visited: check. Then it was time to hit the road en route to Palm Springs. I took the wheel as we headed south out of Death Valley and negotiated our way through the quaint little out-of-the-way (read middle-of-nowhere) desert towns of Armargosa and Shoshone, with their crumbling abandoned motels and rusting gas stations. We stopped on the side of Highway 127 when we spotted the Dumont Dunes in the distance: massive sand ...