Sunnyvale Garden Suites Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Sunnyvale Garden Suites Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunnyvale Garden Suites Hotel Twentynine Palms
Travel Blogs from Twentynine Palms
... rode through the Joshua Tree National Park which is a fantastic park to visit. Leaving the freeway at about 85F we climbed into the hills of Joshua Tree...encountered some mist then rain and a drop in temperature to around 45F...A complete change in weather conditions and circumstances in no time at all. We exited the park under blue skies and rode down the hill into 29 Palms for our overnight. Last day today. We will ride the Ortege Highway and spend our last night on Venice ...
... open valley full of Joshua trees, with mountains surrounding it on all sides.It wasn't really much of a "forest" since the joshua trees don't grow very close to each other. But it was still stunning to drive down the road with joshua trees whizzing by on both sides. I also saw the biggest joshua tree of the whole trip here. It must have been 30 - 40 feet tall.
- Hall of Horrors Trail: This was a big rock complex right next to the road, with a trail ...
... bus ride through Las Vegas, a brief ride on route 66, down across the alkaline flats of the Mojave, through the post apocalyptic desert community of Wonder Vally CA, and park the bus at the rustic Joshua Tree Lake RV park.
With scant hours of daylight remaining and wanting to cram one more adventure in we hustled to Joshua Tree National Park.
Joshua tree has ...
... the temperatures moderate a bit to the low 90's, and we find a cool campsite with some massive boulders formed eons ago by volcanic activity. Then a driving tour of the park to see the many Joshua Trees which give the park its name (incidentally, the Joshua Tree got its name because somebody thought it looked like the biblical Joshua extending his arms up to heaven, and indeed it does; pop culture trivia fans may also note that the band U2 had ...
... mystical about the Joshua Trees all lined up in the quiet of the desert, while the sun sets behind the huge boulders.
We saw Barker Dam, used in the 1850s when cattle grazed up here. There was also some Native America petroglyphs.
We drove to Keys View. From there it is possible to see across the Coachella Valley, and to see the San Andreas fault line, which causes the earthquakes in California. The plates move an inch every year. Upon returning to our ...