Swiss Health Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we sat outside in the shade enjoying the breeze.
This was to be our last day here before we start on our way back to BC but we decided to stay here for another couple of nights. We have now got our booking all sorted out until the end of April. The weather has been great and we are reluctant to start the trip back to BC. We will do all the pre-trip checks today so that all we have to do Friday morning is to disconnect the utilities, hook-up the car, ...
... featured in Soarin’ Over California, a flight simulator attraction at the Disney’s California Adventure, adjacent to Disneyland. Click here to watch the video, whose PGA West scene is at the 2:30 mark.
All that canal talk reminds me – hope someone’s been paying our Imperial Irrigation District ($300/month) and Coachella Valley Water ($10/month) bills while I’ve been on the road. If not, I’d ...
... from the corral the horses they wished to keep and release the remainder, or Brushtails. On one of these roundups, and for reasons lost to history, the brushtails were left corralled, to die of thirst, in view of the Colorado over 2000 ft below, The park is named in memory of this memorable act of – one would hope ...
It has been a long time since I updated the blog. Where to start?
We arrived at our new winter home on December 1st. After driving east on the I-10 the GPS directed us off the highway onto a long, desolate desert road. We were starting to wonder what kind of place we were heading for when things improved and we saw the sign for Sands RV and Golf Resort. The place looked nice! A oasis ...
... unless the wind starts to blow". The ranger obviously hadn't been outside for a while as the cold desert wind was starting to whistle once again.
The preserve is home to the rare giant palm boring beetle. Its a 1.5 to 2 inch bug that bores into the bark of a palm to lay its eggs. Its larvae bores its way out of the palm and emerges rear end first so as not to get stuck. Boring its way to fresh air may be hazardous especially if ...