The Springs at Borrego RV Resort and Golf Course
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Travel Blogs from Borrego Springs
... gone to bed in hot desert among the cactus in a Walmart Parking lot. Today we drove between the innovations of a hundred years ago - the National Parks to the innovations of today - wind fields and alternative energy. The visionaries that foresaw the need to preserve our natural wonders - the National Parks - which were quite revolutionary 100 years ago. Today we struggle with finding enough ...
... either walking sooo slowly or just stopping and standing. Anyway, after passing by 4 or 5 TGI Fridays we finally made it back to our terminal and had some lunch. Well I must say I am getting pretty good at packing. Once again Dennis advised that we must carry everything on, so I rolled and squeezed everything into my bag. The photo shows my packed suitcase... Prepare to be amazed. In it are 3 pairs of shoes, 4 pairs of pants, 6 shirts, ...
... festibal' as we promised lots of singing and dancing would be involved and maybe some ice cream too. We loaded up his chariot bike trailer/pram with Mickey Mouse, towels for blankets, snacks, headphones for his ears, sunscreen, water, changes of clothes, jackets for later, camera etc....you know travelling light for me :).
The shuttle only took about 20 minutes to get to the festival but once we aarrived it took about another 20 to 30 minutes ...
... the plants from "our" desert but found that they were quite different to those of Californian's other deserts. We also finally got to see Bighorn Sheep which are supposed to live in the mountains around the Borrego Desert but are very elusive – hence we spent a lot of time yesterday on our hike trying to spot some without success. The African desert areas seemed slightly incongruous with ostriches ...
... a spectacular drive over the mountains reached Anza-Borrego Desert Park, a huge, arid plain surrounded by mountains. Eventually we managed to locate the township of Borrego Springs, a small but spread-out settlement in the desert dotted with palm trees. A one horse town without a horse... But plenty of 4x4s. The Oasis Motel was quite a contrast to the Grand Hyatt but clean and comfortable and very American.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting