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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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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. ...
... Then the verdant green golf courses stand in stark contrast to the pale, dusty surroundings.
This valley sits over the main pipeline for water from the Colorado River through to LA, and they tap freely into the flow. Each of the 57 golf courses here uses 1 million gallons every day! Given the severe water shortages in Southern California, there are serious questions about whether these main attractions in Palm Springs are sustainable (and, according to our host) whether ...
... Palm Springs area. Certainly looked like the wind farms had expanded immensely since we were in the area in 2008. Wow!!! Stayed at an RV park just barely in Indio-- La Quinta on the other side of the street. Very nice park except for a lack of wifi (maybe actually had it but we arrived after office closed). Definitely a snowbird park -- many units still all closed up and awaiting their owner's ...
... reds and then onto the Baileys as a night cap which set me up very well for a good sleep. They now supply a mattress sleave that fits over the seat when laid back which makes it just that bit more comfortable when sleeping. Landed on time in LAX and had the fastest ever clearing of customs and immigration. Landed at 0630 and was on the shuttle bus to the rental car park at 0700. We have previously taken anywhere up to 2.5 hours to clear LAX. We ...
... to find us and left a long
trail of chocolate droppings around the truck. It seems to be harder
to convince the squad these days that the cute little bunny we saw
hopping around the night before was producer of the multi coloured
foiled chocolates and the questions of “ if they do lay the eggs
how do they make the chocolate rabbits” is a bit of a show stopper.
Quickly brushing ...