Hilton Garden Inn Yuma Pivot Point

Address: 310 N Madison Ave, Yuma, Arizona, 85364, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 310 N Madison Ave, Yuma, is near Lutes Casino, Yuma Crossing State Historic Park, Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, and Yuma Valley Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Yuma

      As Far South As We Go (This Time)

      A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Feb 05, 2015

      70 photos

      ... we went there first. Getting to the date farm took us along some very rough farm roads and a long way out of our way. If we had just followed the GPS from the beginning it would have been a much shorter and smoother ride but we wouldn’t have seen how the farmers worked their fields.

      January 18

      It occurs to me that I haven’t taken any shots of the lettuce pickers and will try to get some this morning. This RV resort is smack in the middle of a working ...

      Ballooning in the Great South West

      A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 82 photos

      ... and thus has lift... the balloon inflates, raises and is guided up by the crew on lines that are called crown lines that attach to the top of the balloon.

      When the balloon has lift, the crew that are hanging on to the basket, release it and it takes flight... in our case as crew we worked to help support the balloon for ...

      LA to Yuma

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 07, 2014

      13 photos

      ... an empty lake, till I passed it at a distance and could see, from miles away, it was covered in rows and rows of something, I assume it's a solar farm, and the lake is covered in adjustable solar panels. I wish I'd turned off to see. Too late, I trudged on. I eventually turned off the highway and headed south on the back roads towards Yuma. I drove through a lot of agricultural land and small shanty towns. It's odd to see lush green fields in the ...

      Sunniest place on earth

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 16, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... tangerines, watermelons, cantaloupes, dates, and even wheat. One reason is the fertile soil from sediments deposited by the Colorado River over millions of years. Other reasons include the long growing season, with more than 350 days of sunshine a year, and the abundance of labor from Mexico. Rain is the missing component - 100 per cent of fields are irrigated with water from the Colorado River.

      Yuma is the ...

      Lots of History in this area

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jan 22, 2014

      2 comments, 37 photos

      ... of the country! Amazing! In the midst of this desert to see fields and fields of crops. It is apparently the sunniest state in the USA. We went out to a place called Imperial Date Farm. Unfortunately, they did not have a tour that day, but we went through their shop and bought some dates and a few other things and Nick tried one of their famous date shakes. I had a couple of sips and it was very good. I learned that dates came from a palm tree ...