The Hacienda at Warm Sands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... heap of other birds. And a lot of really magnificent palm trees. Then. We took Melissa and Grant up to the palm spring tram. It is a skyline tram that takes you from the valley floor right up to 8575 feet onto the top of the mountain. Very brave I know. But wow it was a magnificent view. Once we were there we poked around outside to see even more areas. Wow. Then took them back to Faiths said our goodbyes and headed back to our room for a rest. And a beer and some bubbles. Lovely ...
... is boring. But the annual Coachella Fest is held down the street from my house in April. The International Tamale Festival is held in December in Indio. The Riverside County Fairgrounds is located in Indio as well which comes around in February. The Valley is known for the dates found on the palm trees. My dad picked them as a kid out on our old ranch. We are also known for our colorful sunsets and nature found in the desert. The first thing you should go to if you visit our lively desert is the ...
... San Francisco, however, I started peeling off the layers and remarked, "Wow! It's rather hot here!" to my mother. What a pleasant change.
Having nearly three weeks of holiday at home was amazing, to say the least! Granted, I missed my Australian mates and beloved city. Yet the home cooking, fresh fruits, family, friends, and weather consoled me adequately.
For Easter weekend proper, my family and I drove south to ...
... by the pool were just as excited to see us arrive, with our energetic three-year-olds, as Phoebe and Blake were to see the pool (or not)! A relaxing afternoon by the pool (the kids really didn't cause anyone any bother) was had by all. Day 2: One of the reasons we came to Palm Springs was to take a detour into Joshua Tree National Park, famous for the Joshua Tree (fancy that... interestingly neither a tree nor a cactus, but in fact a type of ...
... and spiritually stronger. I walked through hail, rain, thunderstorms, wind, rocks, mud, sunshine, heat, flat roads, uphills, downhills, through mountains, fields, deserts, city streets, villages and towns... my spirit and soul connected with the Camino and with all the people I met along the way. The voices of those who walked before me, over thousands of years, talked to me and I felt their presence in the ground. The Camino was not just a path that ...