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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... hlung im Auto gut ist (in Deutschland braucht man ja nur eine Sitzheizung). Im Gegensatz zum kühlen L.A. mit frischer Meeresbrise bei 23-25 °C war das erst mal wie ein Hitzeschock für uns, daher ging es sobald wir im Renaissance Hotel und Spa angekommen waren nach Inspektion unserer Suite mit Ausblick auf die Berge um Palm Springs erst mal zum Entspannen in den Pool. Die Luft hier in der Wüste ist sehr trocken, daher sind selbst 40 ...
... and only periodic garden tours for the Moorten's friends and family evolved into a community land mark. Today one pays a modest entrance fee for a self-guided tour of a vast number of wickedly weird and spectacular cacti, yucca plants and trees from all over the continent, from North America to South America.
This is also the day of my birthday, February 27th, which was also Elizabeth Taylor's birthday and ...
... a birding tour with a park ranger and three other couples in the early morning...very interesting. They all had way more experience than us. At one point we saw a Northern Mockingbird and Paul said..."oh that's the first time I've seen one of those" to which they all swung around to look at Paul and unanimously replied.... "it's a lifer"!! We wished we had more time there to relax and kayak, and have decided we'll be back another ...
... forward to spending a week with Andy before I headed off south of the border. It took us about 3 hours to get the town of Yucca Valley, just passed Palm Springs and all it's windmills.
We decided to call into Walmart to pick up supplies. Whilst I was at the til, Andy went to get some firewood. (We had to buy firewood seeing as we were in the desert, we usually camp in the ...
... checked out this latest intrusion in their routine.
The model train display is very large and life-like. The trains, G-gauge, are big enough to look real and even sound like it with simulated stream whistles blowing as they puff by. The display features one of the longest model train trestles in the world!
The tour of the Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center was rewarding as ...