Colony Palms Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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, ...
... me that he would keep checking for me to find out when I could go in and he was true to his word as I was able to go in after twenty minutes or so. Bob was dressed in a hospital gown, laying on a gurney and they were doing an EKG on him. They had already taken blood and he was waiting to see the doctor. The doctor came in and prodded around and asked some questions and then told Bob they would be doing a CAT scan. They gave Bob morphine and he got ...
... weren't too bad but to save time Chris Zach and I took one of the 'tuktuk' rides to the last checkpoint and final entrance into festival. Just as well we did because we got to the Mojave stage (undercover thank god) just as they started and Zach LOVED them. Brad and Caleb who weren't as desperate to see them only arrived for the last song 'Lets Dance to Joy Division'.
Zach and Chris went home on the shuttle after the Wombats so Zach could get a ...
... ourselves to a swim in the hotel pool before heading off for the day. The highlights at Coachella for saturday were 'The XX', 'The Postal Service', 'Bat for Lashes' and 'Phoenix'. Unfortunately with so many great bands playing there was often a few tough choices to make on who to see. The most difficult one was choosing to see 'The XX' who were playing at the same time as 'Two door cinema club' and 'Franz Ferdinand'.
The final day there was a massive ...
... lunch. Once again, we were fed way more than we could manage. I was interested in seeing the renowned Betty Ford Center, so we jumped into the car and drove out to nearby Rancho Mirage. I was expecting to see the likes of Lindsay Lohan wresting with a photographer from the National Enquirer, or an institution similar to the movie "One flew over the cuckoo's nest", but was disappointed to see something resembling a hospital with a sign only allowing authorized personnel. Grrr. I ...