- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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"We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the drugs began to take hold..." My friend, Miss P, is one hell of a host. We have stayed on the beaches of Santa Monica, Hipsterville Centre that is the Arts District, Downtown LA and she had one more place to take me. Palm Springs. So we left LA and headed East and then south...we did sort of see Barstow, but I'm afraid the were no drugs...no fear or loathing. Or ...
... was a very pleasant mid-70s (mid-20s Celsius) through the day, but cooler at night. I did notice that it has risen in the last couple of days to high 80s and low 90s...not quite as pleasant, and a foretaste of what the desert offers up in the coming months.
We found our way to the Aerial Tramway, a European-style gondola which tilts steeply up the mountain on the South side of the valley, rising from about 1,500 feet in elevation to almost 8,500.
We took off from Ft. Stockton on our way to Las Cruces and received the call that our furniture was being delivered. Mom and dad were so excited and talked to Aunt Lynnette and mom's friend Pat trying to answer questions about what went where. They did a super job with the movers and now we have a house full of furniture and boxes to greet us when we get there. On our way to Arizona we stopped at the Hacienda RV Resort in Las Cruces, NM for a few days. ...
... people than Rusty, so she kept her distance. Finally, part of Ollie got close enough to Laura that she was comfortable having a go at it. Rusty managed to get the octopus head stuck on her head, and she trotted around with it for a bit. By the time Rusty was done, her face was very green from the paint on the cardboard.
I was disappointed that we didn’t get to see Spartacus, one of the other cheetahs (I ...
... few hours downtown but finally decided to call it a night when, for about the 10th time, I ran into the same weirdo carrying a gigantic snake around his neck. Seriously?! What the? And he wasn't with any of the stalls, just wandering around. I nearly walked straight into the snake's face the first time and it just about took my breathe away, naturally as I wasn't really expecting to walk into a snake in a crowded art market. What some people will do for a bit of ...