The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
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... thru and masses of palm trees. So pretty. Onwards to another grove of palm trees and a little creek. There was a couple of bird feeders around to supplement food for the hummingbirds, I am doubtful that they needed any supplementing, but more likely an attraction as there was about eight hummingbirds swarming around the feeders. Selfishly I adored them, and enjoyed watching them for quite a while. They are so tiny and so beautiful. We walked down into the gully, where we got to ...
... back, and roads we've never been on.
South from Laughlin towards Needles California then west on I40 to a turn-off for Historic Route 66, One day I would like to be able to say we've been on all the parts of this "Mother Road" that still exist.
Drove it to Amboy, stopping at one of the original rest stops.... so neat.
Left Route 66 at that point and headed ...
... San Francisco, however, I started peeling off the layers and remarked, "Wow! It's rather hot here!" to my mother. What a pleasant change.
Having nearly three weeks of holiday at home was amazing, to say the least! Granted, I missed my Australian mates and beloved city. Yet the home cooking, fresh fruits, family, friends, and weather consoled me adequately.
For Easter weekend proper, my family and I drove south to ...
... a Joshua Tree is not a tree, and is not a cactus. I had to correct myself after pointing out the Joshua Tree cacti to the kids for 50 miles or so. Now both Blake and Phoebe will be able to tell you, with much authority, that a Joshua Tree, which Mummy thought was a cactus, in fact, is not; 2. The interesting boulder formations in Joshua Tree National Park are granite boulders, formed underground by rising magma as it cools, eroded and ...
... and I felt her presence with me throughout my Camino journey. In St. Jean Pied de Port, I met Holly, Adam and Graham and they helped me get through the misty and cold Pyrenees as I began my trek. Holly's kindness and the kindness of other pilgrims I met along the way is what kept me going, it is the spirit and energy of the Camino that is embedded in the earth that is truly powerful. As the days went on, I became physically, ...