The Adriatic Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... worth the $$. We both shot our usual game, nothing unusual to note there! The weather was beautiful today and 89 degrees. Yesterday, we drove to JOSHUA TREE National Park and did the "loop" thru the mountain, desert and big boulders..(see pics). Three more days here, then we head to Avi Casino and RV Resort in Laughlin, NV. We will spend a few days there with our good friends, Ken and Chris Kaleta, who are also traveling. ...
... after that. He said he hadn't felt so good in years! They came to take more blood since the earlier sample had clotted before they had a chance to do the tests. Bob was feeling "happy" at this point and in typical Bob fashion he was giving the nurse some advice on the best way to draw his blood.
I called the insurance company again and they told me they were faxing over some forms for Bob to sign (to allow release of his medical ...
... that we were as well. He sped through all of the sand, knocking us all over the car, to the music. When one of the Park cars approached, he slowed down and told me that he had to behave himself because he's gotten scolded for going too fast in the park before. All I could think was this must be Africa’s Nascar.
Ali and Pia wanted the hardest hike, so they were sent up an incredibly tall and steep path. Beth and I had learned from our ...
... 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) ...
... has to offer. Unfortunately, most of them involved hiking, and since that sounded too hard we decided to see what else was on offer.
After breakfast, we jumped in the car and drove towards San Jacinto mountain, which is on the outskirts of the city. There is the option of taking a gondola to the top, so we thought it was a great start. We'd been advised to take a pullover with us as it gets quite cold at the top of the mountain. Ted balked at this idea, since the day was ...