Tuscan Springs Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... stacked together in improbable combinations. We stopped often to photograph unusual formations and then drove on to Hidden Valley, which due to its hidden entrance is reputed to have been used by cattle rustlers. Now, it can be reached through a narrow path through the rocks until the valley opens before you with several types of trees that have adapted to the arid climate. Here the rock formations are even more fantastic with steep rock faces piled together that ...
... a week, scramble on Fridays and various pickup games.
I probably won't be adding to this blog at least until we start to head home. The days here are spent golfing, walking, reading, visiting, etc. Not too much to blog about but a great way to spend the winter and I am thankful that we have the chance to do it!
... yourself with the almost-50-year-old song.
The Salton Sea, 225 feet below sea level, is the largest lake in California – estimated at 362 square miles, and shrinking every day. It was the result of an accident, created by a flood in 1905, when water from the Colorado River flowed into the area.
At one time, in the 1950s, the Salton Sea had resorts on its western and eastern shores. But today, these areas are ...
On Saturday, we got over to Norma Jean and Gus' condo (less than a 5 minute drive from our park!) early enough to head out to Palm Desert's Saturday Marketplace and Street Fair. A fun couple of hours buying fresh produce, and other "can't live without them" items, a lunch of various "fair ...
... and then are heading to Mexico for 6 days. We were sad to see them leave this morning. The last thing Nick said was "Whenever you are in Penticton come on by. We may or may not be home!" They are very active folks.
A few weeks ago our friends Jim and Connie, folks that we met while volunteering at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery, put us on to a couple that is staying near our location. We finally got together today for lunch at the Casa Blanca Restaurant in Desert Hot Spring. ...