CCBC Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Cathedral City
... unload 25 bins of crab weighing on average 88 pounds . Doug was asking them questions and they kept answering while unloading. It was a hoot! We decided we maybe should get home before it got too dark without traffic lights, so we headed home and got there about 7:30 and just as we got to our floor(no elevators) the power came on. We were so thankful as it would have been a very uncomfortable night without air conditioning. Friday morning started out with a delicious ...
... It’s about midway between those two cities.
Its population is nearly 21,000. Not much to do here, other than the Blythe Bluegrass Festival in January, and an opportunity to stop for a cold drink on the way from somewhere to somewhere else.
Also popular in Blythe: dove hunting. The season begins September 1.
From Blythe, I head south on CA-78. The road takes me through Ripley, past the ...
Wow. We have now been in the desert for almost 3 weeks, which was holiday time for me, and May 1st was the first official day of my 7 month leave. It's the third time I have participated in the Employee Funded Leave program at work, although this time I took 7 rather than 6 months off. The theory is that you defer enough of our salary during 2 or more years to keep your salary consistent during the time you are off. Although you live on a ...
... species. The weather was glorious! We found a lovely quiet, rustic spot at Mecca Beach. The beach was very unusual...instead of sand the shoreline was entirely empty barnacles with dead fish here and there! We later found out during the Second World War the military float planes came in and introduced barnacles. They had no predictors and clung to each other as there were no rocks, and storms washed them ashore. We hiked about ...
Katie's friend, who works for the baseball game music, managed to get us free tickets to a 66ers baseball game. This was lots of fun as we had never been to see a game before! We got into the swing of it all and drank a few beers whilst trying to understand the rules of the game, discovering that they are quite similar to rounders. That night, after the game, we drove to LA where we had a very comfy sleep in the ...