Canyon Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... follow several roads around, but the main part is up quite high, past 3,000 feet and you come across this plateau with these amazing Yucca trees, huge boulders which have been eroded out of the ground. We do a walk before lunch around a huge pile of rocks which are in the shape of a face, it's very hot though and I must admit, we are a bit nervous by snakes as it's prime time for them at the moment. We then drive on to the turn off where there is a climb up ...
... as we travel around. We're going to the Alamo and riverwalk maybe tomorrow but probably on Tuesday. We are working our way slowly back to mn. Checking the weather each day. Toooooo cold yet but we hope by the middle of the summer it will be warm enough to venture home. ...
... to some people who were just arriving as we were leaving to look for a restaurant for dinner, We decided on one called Lulu's California Bistro as they were very busy and of course that's a good sign! It was very modern and the young servers were very efficient, The food was pretty good too,
... 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 ...
... 2010) yet 300mm of rain fell in 2011. This significant rainfall led to the death of hundreds of animals and the usual red earth now appears yellow from the shrubs that have grown. We were told that the current appearance is unusual for the area and it directly related to last year's rainfall. Vegetation, for thousands of years, has adapted to droughts. Tree roots can reach 80m below earth, plants will hold seeds for 20 years ...