Triangle Inn Palm Springs
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Sometime in the early part of last year, while we were still in France, we came across a wonderful-sounding Road Scholar trip to Southeast Asia. It was a month-long adventure, mostly on a small ship, that would venture to Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar. After having an in-depth, protracted discussion about whether we should do it for about 4 minutes, we said to each other, ...
... hadn't heard of many of them, apart from Elke Sommer and Rock Hudson.
We plumped for a Mexican restaurant, sitting outside under some of the outpourings of cold air into the night. I was not really interested in eating at all and the food was very mediocre, but Jette enjoyed hers.
It was interesting watching the walk past, though.
It had been a long day and I was glad to sink into my bed with the guitars embroidered on the ...
First stop was a mile down the street for a delicious burger at In-N-Out! They were just as tasty as we'd remembered and really hit the spot to prep us for our journey ahead.
Driving through the desert was a lot of fun and incredibly serene. We stopped on the way down at Roy's to snap a few photos and pick up a few bevs for the road. We finally arrived to the hotel around 9:30 and were absolutely blown away by how incredible the pool ...
One thing we've learned as RVers is where to park for free. Many Walmart stores allow RVers to park overnight in their parking lot, you need to let them know you are there. Most all Casinos we’ve found also allow dry camping in designated areas. The Spotlight 21 Casino in Coachella is one that will allow Rvers to camp for up to a week. This is a win-win situation as the Casino personnel feel these campers will come into the casino to eat and/or gamble. This was ...
... through the parking lot and back onto the main road. My fear rose again. Soon, I saw a sign. My heart jumped when I saw it. It said,"Biplane Rides." There was a picture of an old fashioned airplane with seating for 3 and no roof. I gulped. My friend, who was equally afraid of such things, said, "I'm not so sure about this" We got out of the car, and walked into the building. We met a guy called Kent, who ...