Azure Sky Resort
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... one spotted in USA to date so she was happy.
As we arrived and left Palm Spring we drove past the wind farm on the San Gorgonio Mountain Pass in the San Bernadino Mountains. It is a pretty amazing sight with more than 4000 separate windmills that provide enough electricity to power Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley.
Three days in Palm Springs was enough, now, which way to Vegas.
... so every evening we have been in the jacuzzi next to the pool enjoying the warmth of the evening without the humidity or the mosquitoes! We can't believe we are heading tomorrow to our last stop in the US before we continue over the international date line. Must be time to update the map! ; ) P.S. The boys reminded us to say that we saw the DeLorean car used in Back to the Future - the actual ...
... racquets for a few other players who are not members but who drop by but only once a year. No one special, just Roger Federer, Raphael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams - yup, ONLY the top World-ranked ATP tennis players who come here every March for the BNP Parabas Open at Indian Wells, just a 20 minute drive from Palm Springs!
Add another 'Wow' to the list of Wow's on this trip.
From that moment, I knew I wanted to come back and so the next day ...
After looking at the map we decided to stop in Palm Springs on the way to San Bernardino (just outside of LA). We got out the car when we reached the visitors centre and wow was it hot!! The not so helpful people at the visitors centre told us that their was a tramway into the mountains or a museum and that was all there was to do in Palm Springs this time of year! Hmm ok! So off we headed to find the tramway and as we entered ...
... Hot Chili Peppers which were awesome apparently. I am just happy that I have at least seen the Red Hot Chilli Peppers before at Shoreline in San Francisco. Brad and Caleb drove from the festival back to LA that night and stayed in a cheap LAX hotel rather than face Monday morning LA traffic
We asked Zach at the end of the festival who is favourite band was and without hesitation he said 'The Wombats' and launched into their song "Jump into the Fog'. Perfect :)