Fairfield Inn & Suites Twentynine Palms - Joshua Tree National Park
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... But we were surprised when we got to 29 Palms Inn to find that we were at an Oasis with many palm trees with a garden and even green grass, The atmosphere was Californian upmarket alternative life style. In our cool poolside restaurant Had a very nice dinner of salmon, ravioli, chicken cooked marsala wine, asparagus soup, green salad with freshly made house bread. We were entertained over dinner by lady singing and strumming some of the 60s and 70,s on guitar.
... seen a few pictures that hinted at what it was like. But it in no way prepared me for how magical the place is. Because it’s not just desert and plants. There’s also mountains. And rocks. And stunning vistas. And the combination of all that completely floored me. I was literally driving under the speed limit, because I couldn’t believe the beauty of what I was seeing. I was stopping at every single pullover, and taking pictures of every little ...
... as bus chocks since it didn't burn too well. It still didn't burn well.
We let the fire smolder, settled in under the milky way, and watched some stars fall from from the sky. Marcus slept like a little girl on his soft fluffy air mattress, Andy went the Cowboy Way and slept on the ground.
... I had a couple of hours to recover, so I went and showered (it was much needed… whether I sweated from fear or heat and exhaustion or all of the above, I will never know), then came back to visit with everyone and have a drink. Almost everyone was journaling at the outside bar top. Sven, the German man that arrived at the farm the same day as I did, and I spotted a larger and quite beautiful bird (hopefully I will get a picture eventually). I learned it is ...
... the views are amazing and as the sun is setting the colors are getting more vivid. Just after sunset we arrive at the bus stop and take the bus back to the campground and have a nice cold beer around the campfire. The next morning a family of Mule Deers pass our campsite while we are having breakfast and after breakfast we take the bus to another part of the Grand Canyon for a hike into the Canyon Itself. As it is a reversed mountain hike with first ...