Warm Sands Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... among them. The park also has a variety of wildlife including bighorn sheep, coyotes, tortoises and roadrunners ( beep,beep). But all I saw was a jackrabbit. Maybe they were all busy getting irradiated over in the closed-off areas. I must give kudos to California. If you stay away from the cities and people, the state has many fine parks and some great scenery. And no natural disasters befell me. ...
... was epic too looking across the San Andreas Fault.
We returned in the evening to Downtown Palm Springs to discover they had closed off the main street for a night market. This was pretty cool with heaps of interesting alternative arts and crafts and delicious food. Watch the video of Mez toasting a marshmellow!!
Next we leave California and head to Zion.
... I did help out a bit on the interstates. Most people who go east to west use I-10, but we managed to avoid it most of the way and drove only a couple of hundred miles on it.
Palm Springs is pretty much as we remembered it, very hot and sunny. We found a great place to stay and checked in for a whole week. It's hard to imagine being in the same bed for 7 nights. We have a kitchen also so ...
... Monroe statue, and walked along Palm Springs' own "Boulevard of Stars", like Hollywood has. Granted, I'd only heard of about half of them, but it was cool seeing the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, Bob Hope and Dinah Shore immortalized in concrete. Another thing to note are all the election signs around the city for Mary Bono Mack, the widow of Sonny Bono, who also has his own statue in town.
From what we've seen so far, we love it here. In some ways, you could view it ...
... a room available for $150, way way out of our budget range, and another available for $40 but they didn't take cards and I'm not sure they had electricity...
We decided to drive on to the nearby freeway and find a motel along the way. There are always hundreds of motels next to the freeways. America seems to be the land of the motel. Not finding a place in Palm Springs turned out to be lucky because we drove past a sign for an Aerial Tramway which ...