The Andalusian Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and then on into Palm Springs. Water used to good effect here - lots of green.
Went up Chino Canyon 8,500 ft (2½ miles) in a tramcar with a revolving floor so that everyone gets the same view. Cost $34m to build and is pretty amazing. Photos from the top weren't good as it was too hazy and it was very cool up there.
Finally to the Hyatt hotel and a Chinese dinner. ...
... itself is.
Palm Springs is for "snow birds", those who fly south to escape the cold winters of Canada and the Northern and Eastern states. Palm Springs airport has daily direct flights to all kinds of mid-sized towns (think Minneapolis, Lansing, Denver, Saskatoon). This frenetic flight activity winds down a bit in the desert summer, when local temperatures will roast a snow bird in no time.
Beyond golf and some tennis, the weather is the main attraction. In early April, ...
... EG if you have a pair of kings and a pair of aces you can swap the top cards and end up with two blackjacks. You can also do all of the other stuff like double split etc. Lots of fun and I walked away ahead. Had dinner at the Casino Steak House. I was a bit disappointed they didnt have pork spare ribs but I am sure I will have them quite a few times before I leave. Drinks, flutter and dinner finished off for a decent nights sleep then a day of ...
... him to fall and tumble face first down (which never happened).
It was time to get down off of the dune. We started making our way slowly down to the trees. The sand at the top of the dune was quite warm as the sun had been shining on it all day, but the slope we were going down was shaded and quite cold. My feet and lower legs were almost numb from the temperature in no time. We commented on the ripples that the sand made as we pushed it forward ...
... few hours downtown but finally decided to call it a night when, for about the 10th time, I ran into the same weirdo carrying a gigantic snake around his neck. Seriously?! What the? And he wasn't with any of the stalls, just wandering around. I nearly walked straight into the snake's face the first time and it just about took my breathe away, naturally as I wasn't really expecting to walk into a snake in a crowded art market. What some people will do for a bit of ...