Century Palm Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a cooler day (high of 92) and maybe even a shower. That would be amazing to have rain in this area as I am sure you know California has been suffering from a severe drought for several years. Unfortunately no rain fell but it was a much pleasanter day for us. We enjoyed the Expo and got back to Indian Palms in time to play golf at 3 PM. We have played here on this course three times and it has 27 holes. At this time of year they reseed ...
... took us to a unique restaurant owned by Clint Eastwood. It was Western style inside and out. We sat outside and there were waterfalls which Brian and Margaret said were lit up at night when they had been there for dinner. John forgot his camera!
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... your hair and nails done every day! Some of our favourite bands were: Red hot chilli peppers Two door cinema club Major lazer Yeah yeah yeahs Alt J Vampire weekend James Blake Phoenix Wombats After the fun and games were over we drove our camper van to San Francisco- about an 8 hour drive and dropped it off safe and sound after we almost ran out of petrol as the nav man sent us on a goose chase around the outskirts of the city to find some gas! But we made ...
... 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 Joshua Tree is not a tree, and is not a cactus. I had to correct myself after pointing out the Joshua Tree cacti to the kids for 50 miles or so. Now both Blake and Phoebe will be able to tell you, with much authority, that a Joshua Tree, which Mummy thought was a cactus, in fact, is not; 2. The interesting boulder formations in Joshua Tree National Park are granite boulders, formed underground by rising magma as it cools, eroded and ...