The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage
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about to stay at the hotel not sure if i like it
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Hey, it has been a while since i have been writing and i have a perfectly good reason for that... which is that i have no reason. Any way so instead of writing one for each day, I will summarise the top 3 things of the past few days starting with number 3! 3. Going to Malibu beach, after we had dinner at Nobu we went to the beach and knowing that …
A visit to the "date farm " retail shop was highly recommended for its shakes. Other date products were plentiful. A video explained the intense process in farming and hand harvesting of the dates .
Unfortunately 4 days in paradise isn't enough time , but now I will finally be making my way to CAMBODIA!!!!! ( with my friend Lynda and to see Hillary. Woohoo!)
and yes this was the long way to Asia.
... holding onto his wallet like he thought he was going to be robbed (probably by ME)!
We stood under the Marilyn statue that stands about three stories high and had our picture taken, and walked down the Palm Springs streets with the stars names in the sidewalk, just like in Hollywood. They had a bronze statue of Sony Bono (former Mayor) sitting on a fountain, but it was definitely in HIS younger days.
It's kind of fun to see ...
... descend into the canyon. We slide, climbed, skidded, crawled, and finally reached the bottom of the Honey Canyon. We then walked for what seemed like quite a distance. During this leg of the trek we ran into a decaying young zebra that had been there for more than 6 months. All that remained were bones and hide. Apparently it had broken its leg (we could see the severity of the break) and died in the canyon. We also spotted some tracks that Matt helped us identify ...
... we left our packed bags for later and ventured to bayside promenade. We found it to be cooler than expected, so my first purchase was a very colorful hoodie. Bruce toughed it out in short sleeves and Bermudas. We meandered along the walk until we passed the Midway Aircraft Carrier, the monument to battle worn ships, the Statute of Unconditional Surrender and the tribute to Bob Hope and the Military. The Bob Hope Memorial ...