The Monroe Palm Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... golf clubs.
Grapes have to be overhead sprayed at night to get them cool enough to drop their leaves so they can be pruned. Morgan talked non stop the whole time we had her aboard and also set the route to take us through all this farm land and gave us a geology lesson about the mountains and earthquakes - she was an inspiration.
Lunch stop in an outside mall in Palm ...
... 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 ...
... forward to our room for a quick sleep before dinner tonight.
awoke refreshed about 6pm and after freshening up we headed over to the Spa Resort and Casino (100M from our hotel entrance). I ended up playing blackjack switch, for anyone who has never heard of this it is like normal blackjack except you must play two hands, each you initially bet the same amount. Once you have received your second card on each you then have the option of switching ...
... and tired from the previous day’s canyon endeavor that we stopped multiple times to sit, relax, and enjoy the dune view. It didn’t take long for our calves to really start burning, but we pushed through and made it to our goal peak. We were rewarded with a spectacular view of the area that contained all of the preserved dead trees. We also enjoyed watching people “hike” down the dune. We watched a boy run down the dune and kept ...
... Aussies. The first thing I think I might want to buy and it's from a fellow countrywoman. What are the odds. They've been here for about a year and will be here for another year for his work, but they're eager to get back home. I would be of the same mind I think, it's great to visit but it would take a bit of adjusting to live here. They were a bit excited to see someone from home so I was there for about half an hour with them chatting and swapping stories. I ...