All Worlds Resorts
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that doesn't need a chill factor, so no apples.The aquifer is not fed by runoff from the mountains on both sides, but from seepage through the mountain which ends up in the aquifer. Golf is almost an industry here - people come here in winter to get away from their freezing homes (they are called 'snow birds'). The population of Palm Springs is 45,000 and this doubles during ...
... that hem in the San Bernardino Valley. As the development thins and the city thins, the gnarled heath mountain-sides give way to low scrub desert.
A pale gravel and sand base extends as far as the eye can see, with the only vegetation being small succulent ground cover, tough spinifex-like grass and cactus...and an enormous wind farm.
The valley, the pass and hill crests are covered with white propellers: most large or very large, but clusters of small ones ...
... to a Ford Edge which is very nice. LA was totally smogged in and it wasn't until we were 100K out that it started to clear. Called into T-Mobile and got setup with our new numbers while here complete with data. I thoroughly recommend T-Mobile if you are visiting USA, they have the best rates and data plans for temporary or pre paid, very quick to setup as well. For an extra $10 you get unlimited international calls to a good list of ...
... the canyon yesterday and decided we were armatures in the hiking world who also happened to be recovering from very sore body parts, so Matt sent us up a less steep slope.
We had a bit of a walk to get to the start of the dune. I left my shoes in the car (I made the poor choice to not carry my backpack and just my camera instead), so Beth (who wore shoes) had a much easier walk to the dune than I did. Do remember that nothing good comes from any of ...
... metres) in the air, was Marilyn. She's popped in for a visit for the next year (she moves about the country, hope she doesn't squash anyone Godzilla style as she goes, but for the moment she's here). Marilyn was "discovered" by a talent scout in Palm Springs in 1949, and continued to visit here throughout the 50s and early 60s. No sooner had I left the 26 foot tall Marilyn that I rounded another corner to find a much shorter gay-pride Marilyn sporting a couple of ...