The Garden Vista Hotel Palm Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As I was saying, had to leave San Diego early to avoid the storms, so set off very early on Saturday morning. Thankfully, it's off season in Palm Springs, so it was easy booking an extra night at The Hacienda. The drive was really nice. Stopped at a very pretty town before I hit the desert. Can't remember the name, but it was like stepping back in time. I love driving around in the desert. Totally empty roads, and some ...
When we got back to the motorhome Bob laid down for a rest and took the pain killers for a couple of days for the lingering pain but fortunately it never got bad again. We had thought it was likely kidney stones and I guess there is a chance that the CAT scan might have missed them if they were fairly small.
We had bought travel health insurance with the thought that it was to cover a catastrophic event. Since it seemed unlikely ...
Back on the road again this morning after leaving Laughlin one day early to head to San Diego. Reason for leaving early, family news that left us feeling the need to be near family and closer to a big airport. San Diego, well, El Cajon really, fits that bill. Being on the road driving also took Denis' mind off the sad news as well. We planned a route home that meant venturing on 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 ...
... of the things that you would've otherwise seen on the hike. The man there gave us a map and pointed us in the direction of the nearby town Indian Wells and suggested we go there.
Indian Wells ended up being a rich man's town nearby, which hosts the Indian Wells Masters tennis tournament and has the second highest percentage of registered Republicans of any city in California. You could see that right away, judging by their version of 5th Avenue they tried to implement. We ...