Desert Paradise Gay Men's Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... had scouted out on the weekend. It is called Terra Lago Golf Course and has fabulous views of the surrounding mountains. We started at 3 and finished about 6:15 just in time to see the beautiful sunset over the mountains. Doug had his best game here but I still beat him! Lovely course. A bit more roll and faster greens. Home by 7. Swim for Barb and shower for Doug. Packing up to move on tomorrow and chicken wings for supper. Life is ...
... at the same time! This will be fun! But before we get there, I need to get some sleep as other than nodding off for maybe an hour or so on our flights, I've been up for more than a full day. Not exactly the way I anticipating spending my first day of "vacation" but, it was great so far and looking like the rest won't disappoint ...
Of course it was only by accident that we managed to spy the cute little guy. We had stopped to take our jumpers off, not even in a proper 'turnoff' just on a space big enough to pull off. We got out to do that and to take a photo of another cactus, when Ken noticed some bees on a bush of flowers. And then he saw it, thought it was a big insect. It was really close to me so I got to have a really good look. Such a brilliant ...
... loaded with stuff and a child in which case that can go on through without any investigation.
We were just worried that what they said on their website about kids under being free wouldn't actually be the case. The tickets were actually fabric wristbands with a plastic disc that had a tag in it so everytime you went in or out of the festival you had to put your wrist next to a sensor and tag in and out which was pretty cool and well organized. ...
... there was a possibility of dust storms.We also experienced our second instance of trying to dodge tumbleweeds.
You can imagine our disappointment when Desert Centre, California turned out to be a ghost town and we needed gas. Nonetheless there was a Chevron station 23 miles down the road at Chiriaco Summit. Thank goodness!
We pulled into the Palm Springs area in time for a late lunch and ...