Triangle Inn Palm Springs
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... problem was in the computer, like, it was DOWN.
Such a strange takeoff. We taxi’d so long I thought we were going to drive to Istanbul. Then there was a little acceleration and I thought we took off. Then I decided we didn’t and were sitting on the ground. The lights outside weren’t moving. Then I realized the lights outside were on the wing. Copious meal with wine/beer/whatever. ...
... room. The Private balcony has 2 sun loungers and a braai (BBQ- for the british readers). There are 3 pools and 2 Spa's, a racquet centre and a restaurant.
It stayed around 30 degrees all night.
We are driving to Las Vegas tomorrow via Death Valley, another long drive, 6 hours or so. ...
... pastry that was filled with chicken and mayonnaise. It was fantastic.
Then we were off to the dunes. We saw Dune 45, the most well known dune, and there were at least six busses of people climbing it. We continued on to the biggest dune, Big Daddy. Matt asked if we were ready and turned on some upbeat “house” music as the gravel turned into a good six inches of sand. It was apparent that Matt was enjoying himself, as it was evident by ...
... with thousands of numbers? Very confusing. Anyway the B&B had a nice pool, comfy rooms and was situated on the resort's main street within walking distance of Downtown.
Palm Springs must once have been like Borrego Springs, a gritty little town in the desert. But now it is all boutiques and restaurants with carefully clipped palm trees, fountains, lawns and elaborate flowerbeds and an enormous statue of Marilyn Munroe in THAT pose. There is a ...
... 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 ...