Spa Resort Casino
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My sister Lindsay, who joined Gin and I here last year in Palm Springs, knows I love be spa'd and gave me a gift certificate to use at Spa Resort Casino but I ran out of time to use it before we left on last year's trip. This year I brought the same gift certificate with me. And so today, while Gin spent time with Stac and Warwick showing them …
From Pinnacles, I drove south to L.A. along US101/US1. A lot of nice ocean views, but I didn't stop to dip my toes. At L.A. I creeped straight across the city on the parking lot known as interstate 10. A couple of hours of good, clean fun. Eventually I reached my last Nat. Park in the state, Joshua Tree N.P.. The park includes parts of two different deserts. I started in the east which is the ...
... attraction must have been very challenging. Everything was ferried by helicopter - some 28,000 flights carrying some 1 million pounds of men and materials up sheer cliffs. There are some yellow platforms on the tops of the pylons, 16 x 16 feet, which served as landing platforms for the chopper, and from which men would climb out and clamber down the pylons. Terrifying to even think about!
The temperature drops 30-40 degrees F as you ascend. From the valley floor, the ...
... history here, but the pool is oh so delicious. Besides I just met a lovely lady, B, who used to have shares in a hotel here in the 70s who has been filling me in on the celebs and the history, so provided we continue to have wine and sunshine I think she could be all I need to see here aside from the pool ;) I'm even too lazy and content to take a picture of it, I'll take one for tomorrow's entry. Gotta go now, the spa is calling ...
... vacation in the summer time. I'm gonna get on that just as soon as I am done blogging useless information.
So, the dress shops are plentiful, the eateries are less than healthy, and the galleries are small and mostly closed during the summer, but there was one interesting museum that featured a exhibit of the indigenous peoples in the area before the white man showed up and kicked them off their hot desert land (geesh we couldn't ...