The Garden Vista Hotel Palm Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wed, 14, May
We get off ½ hour late because Sue mistook the time. No problem, plenty of time to catch our flight, and we were both TSA-Pre so security was a breeze. Lousy meal at the Lunch in a Box in Las Vegas. Bumpy air to Houston, and the roughest landing in a loooong time. Lots of wind.
In Houston we stopped in the Lonestar for a beer (and a glass of wine for Susan). The bar maid gave me ...
Woke up early to get going checked out the view, the picture doesn't do it justice. We headed up the mountain to elevation if 8516 feet on the cable car, Forgot to take more pictures with my iPhone for uploading so will have to wait for my Gopro videos when ...
... us. By the time we had trekked back down, Bones we're aching and stomachs were rumbling so we run the walk of fame gauntlet to west Hollywood bvld, to look for some big American style munch! We decided on a diner called "mels". Service was fast and food was the usual good quality with portions double the size of what you could ever digest in one sitting. After leaving and picking up the car,we headed along the pacific coast highway past santa Monica to Malibu to watch the ...
... Valley Station at 2643 feet. Someone's debit card was not working to buy tickets so we missed the 11 am tram for the 11:20 am. The tramway itself has the world's largest rotating cars. One travels for 11 minutes over 2.5 miles and up 6,000 feet of elevation through 5 unique ecological life zones. At the Mountain Station is the 14,000 acres of pristine wilderness of Mt. San Jacinto State Park. They claim it is ...
... to listen to, and enjoy a cleansing scrub and exfoliation. Good.
Then, get covered in seaweed goo. It isn’t green seaweed leaves that cover you (as best as I can tell—I was trying to keep my eyes mostly shut.) But rather it was sort of a brown muck- the kind of thing that if you got on you while out for a walk, you’d react with displeasure and try and flick it off with a stick. But instead, this was ...