Hilton Garden Inn Yuma Pivot Point
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... that are so entertaining. The concerts were on Friday and he stayed for the resort burger bash on Saturday that had a 50s/60s theme and included an antique car show. He emceed the dance contests, posed for pictures, and interacted with the crowd. With almost 2000 people here for the bash he was kept hopping and he loved it. When we told him that we were from Nova Scotia, he said that in 1975 he performed ...
... early evening. The date festival was held during the day. We started with a free breakfast of a date muffin and hot chocolate. Then we boarded a bus that took us to a date packing plant called DatePac, located not too far away from town. This plant is a co-op and is the largest packer of medjool dates in the US, and probably in the world, supplying every major store in North America. The packing process is very labor intensive; not too much automation here. Then ...
January 3 ,2012 Yuma
Wow, a new year has begun. Happy New Year everyone and all the best in 2012. We spent a quiet New Year's Eve at our campsite in Yuma. We had a few people over for happy hour, then Gord & I did steaks and drank champagne, followed by a campfire. We didn’t quite make it until midnight…such old ***** that we are. Scott arrives tomorrow and stays until the ...
... in for a fee such as golfing, hot air balloon rides, shows, rafting, fishing, wine tasting, outdoor adventure tours and more but there are as many cheap and free things to entertain a budget traveller as well. We fall into the budget category with the odd splurge on a special event.
BLM (Bureau of Land Management), US Fish & Game Service, and Wildlife Refuges provide endless opportunity for free camping, hiking, bird-watching, geo-caching, star gazing, off ...
... thru), 35 PAID NIGHTS IN CAMPGROUNDS(average:$20), AND 110 FREE NIGHTS! WE WERE ABLE TO FIND FREE SHOWERS AT RECREATION CENTERS AND PUBLIC PARKS, FREE WIFI FOR COMMUNICATION AT MOST VISITOR CENTERS, LIBRARIES, MCDONALDS AND OTHER FAST FOOD OUTLETS OR HOTELS. LOTS OF WONDERFUL MUSEUMS, AND TOWN ACTIVITIES , AND MUSIC ARE FREE AND OPEN TO ANY AND ALL. WE EVEN FOUND CHURCH DINNERS DURING THE HOLIDAYS AT A REASONABLE COST. (THANKSGIVING FOR $10/PP) OF COURSE ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center