- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Springs was filled with crafters, food, music and people. It was very festive and many of the establishments had misting sprinklers to keep us wet and cooled off. Fun running thru them, since we took Maggie May with us. On Friday, we went exploring and shopping in one of the quaint shopping districts of Palm Desert and checked out the visitor's center for information. Oh yea I bought a pair of those cool sandals that Gerry got in Balboa Island..(pic ...
... s not the way it works. I even played the age card - to no avail. Finally they called him in and did blood pressure and temperature, and asked for a urine sample. We were then sent back out into the waiting room to await his turn to see the doctor.
When they called him in, they didn't let me go with him. They have a security guard in the ER waiting room and you need to get a "badge" from him in order to gain access to the inner sanctum. The ...
... switched out the memory cards, made sure the motion sensor was working and the camera was taking pictures. All was in order. The bike ride itself was a bit painful, as we rode through everything from soft soil/sand to large rocks. It's a bit different riding bikes in the “bush” than at home. Thankful that I had some experience riding bikes on gravel roads.
I got back to the home base with an incredibly sore bum (I think it might be bruised) ...
... of grocery shopping as well and with the LA traffic a two hour drive took about 5 hours. We arrived at homewood suites hilton in Palm springs at about 6.30pm, this turned out to be just in time for the free ravioli, salad and drinks that the hotel put on for guests on weeknights. After our free dinner and drinks we unpacked Benjamin (the car) and settled into our comfortable suite for a pre coachella rest.
The next morning three gang members (Kev, S & M) ...
... of the things that you would've otherwise seen on the hike. The man there gave us a map and pointed us in the direction of the nearby town Indian Wells and suggested we go there.
Indian Wells ended up being a rich man's town nearby, which hosts the Indian Wells Masters tennis tournament and has the second highest percentage of registered Republicans of any city in California. You could see that right away, judging by their version of 5th Avenue they tried to implement. We ...