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 …
Annual visit to Palm Desert, CA. Our 8th or 9th trip. The last 3 have been two week trips. After a 2 1/2 hour ride we arrived at Shadow Ridge for our two week stay. We were given our first choice of accommodations. Top floor building 2700 with a view of the 16th hole. We ate dinner at SiBon's a favorite restaurant we discovered last year. Belgium with a California twist. I had Stuffed Filet of Sole and David had Veinitzel They were both excellent as ...
... the worst drought in its history, but along with this has already come flash floods and we in P.S. are in a weather advisory zone for today and into tomorrow. Ironically that's good for a city like Los Angeles which has not seen an inch of rain since October, 2011, and just yesterday the state legislature approved emergency funding/relief for those most affected by the drought. $700 million in relief dollars, that is.
So today we're holding fort here in P.S. We ...
We went through when Taya woke up this morning to find her up on all fours rocking. Slow down little lady, that's quite enough milestones for one week.
Another Skype session this morning and a chance for Taya to show off her waving to the Grandparents in SA.
Today we head a few minutes down the road to explore Palm Springs itself. Palm Springs is a desert resort city in Riverside County, California, within the Coachella Valley. We can't ...
... car at the front and tent at the back. Everyone gets a plot and the cars are lined up in rows, again much more organised than UK festivals where it's a free for all and everyone runs to the fields with their tent pegs in hand to stake claim on the best spot. We got set up but quickly realised a few school boy errors, we had no canopy or other form of shade. This was a bad thing in 105' temperatures! We also quickly realised that we were in the state of ...