All Worlds Resorts
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the drive! Sadly, he held back on a couple of vital details. Firstly, it was a mountain trail complete with hairpin bends and sheer drops, which wound higher and higher up the mountain......8,516 feet higher in fact! Bob enjoyed it, I mostly cried! I'm sure as he said, the views were awesome, sadly I couldn't open my eyes to see them or indeed unclench my fists to hit him, as my nails were embedded in the dashboard of the car,.... luckily for him! Anyway, hell ...
... of the road if necessary.
The only way through was to go into the shops, whatever they were, as at least there was air conditioning in them!
We were not impressed with the outlet prices, or the sizes of the garments on offer, which seemed to be aimed at the 78% of teeny Orientals who were shopping with attitude. They were already bedecked in designer labels, hiding behind Gucci glasses which covered half their heads, teetering on the ...
Today we packed our bags and headed back to the desert. Lots of great memories in Salona; especially this morning during breakfast when our tables shook and sure enough we were experiencing an earthquake! Very unnerving and lots of people scrambling to get out of the dining room. Whatever happened to "drop, cover and hold"? I must say it didn't take ...
... socks - our first assertion was to brandish the owners as 'Californian Nutters' but we quickly realised that the socks were a practical solution, protecting the dogs paws from the searing pavements! We both fancied some Italian food later and the bartender recommended Sammy G's (strange name for an Italian restaurant we thought!) downtown (which was only a ten minute walk) so we headed there. Although we didn't spot a single member ...
... place called "painted canyon" with our friends Jane and Al du Heaume. We had a great hiking day starting in "slotted Canyon" and then went to the next area called "painted canyon". We hiked into the canyon and had great views of Salton Sea. It really looked like the canyon was "painted". It was a vivid display of yellows, red, green, browns... What a great day!