CCBC Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Busy, busy, busy!
It has been a while since I have posted, primarily because there has not been a lot of time.
Since my last post we have done a number of things: visited the living desert zoo/park; driven to Joshua Tree National Park; saw the ...
... lunch, a bottle of red and a quick nap we hustled him off to see our second film from the Palm Springs Film Festival lineup. We saw Songs of the Forest. It was Ok but not nearly as entertaining as the previous night's offering of "The 100 Year Old Man Who Crawled Out the Window and Disappeared" an ...
... several shows starring performers you would know but might or might not be interested in seeing, polo matches and the Humana PGA golf tournament.
Regarding the latter the tournament is sponsored by Hyundai and if you attend driving a Hyundai you are offered preferred parking, one more reason I am happy I choose a Santa Fe;)
Later Sue and I left the boys and went shopping for New Years eve dinner. We visited the Whole Foods Market, ...
... owners and instructors I met. If you are in Vegas and need your fix of yoga (and anyone in Vegas could use a class I'm sure! ) then check out the Modo Hot Yoga studio.
We have been home for a few weeks now and as I post this entry I am looking out the window to heavy snow flurries, blowing sideways as it falls, roads already covered with snow and more piling up by the hour. But somehow I'm still smiling. Rather than ...
1) Chaz arrived in Palm Springs, we spent part of the day relaxing by the pool in the still very hot sun! Later we went to a shopping outlet where we managed to not buy too many things! That night we went to a tiny seafood restaurant where you sit at the bar and watch your food be cooked. It was a tiny place with a friendly atmosphere, along with the general rule of quirky restaurants the food ...