Hilton Palm Springs Resort
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... class were really worried about spiders being in the toilets in australia, that question came up at least 6 times. The girls loved it and are really sad that we are moving on tomorrow. The dinosaurs of cazabon was our next stop this afternoon, miller had been waiting for ages to see the life size statues of the dinos. I think he was a touch disappointed with it. But things are always better ...
... approximately 40 feet high. John managed to take a picture of it but people kept standing under it to have their picture taken. so we had to stand quite a while.
I shopped quite a bit - ask Laraine!! We invited Brian and Margaret over to our condo for dinner on Thursday and had a very enjoyable
time. John barbecued and it was good, We found that the restaurants were ...
... his front paws on one of their heads. The warthog then lifted his head quickly, and Noodle went flying. He was okay, and everyone burst into laughter. I am hoping I have the opportunity to witness a similar situation before I leave Neuras.
Then we went on a game count. Yesterday we were on the north side of the land; today we were on the south side. The south side didn’t have as pretty of views, but definitely was not short of incredibly steep hills ...
... Ball and Marilyn Monroe.
As we drove the short distance from Palm Springs back to Rancho Mirage, we noticed the obvious areas of the natural desert plant life settled between the lush areas of the developed neighborhoods. The contrast is incredible. One can surely see how modern times have made the desert bloom. I'm ...
... we instead found a very run-down area. Took a couple of pics and headed back up and around the north end of the sea. After stopping in Mecca for gas (yes, you read that correctly) we ended up a the official California state park information center for the Salton Sea.
Very friendly folks greeted us here and explained all about this unique area. The sea, formed when a portion of a dike on the Colorado River broke in 1905, is over 200 ...