Casitas Laquita Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... and then on into Palm Springs. Water used to good effect here - lots of green.
Went up Chino Canyon 8,500 ft (2½ miles) in a tramcar with a revolving floor so that everyone gets the same view. Cost $34m to build and is pretty amazing. Photos from the top weren't good as it was too hazy and it was very cool up there.
Finally to the Hyatt hotel and a Chinese dinner. ...
... Then the verdant green golf courses stand in stark contrast to the pale, dusty surroundings.
This valley sits over the main pipeline for water from the Colorado River through to LA, and they tap freely into the flow. Each of the 57 golf courses here uses 1 million gallons every day! Given the severe water shortages in Southern California, there are serious questions about whether these main attractions in Palm Springs are sustainable (and, according to our host) whether ...
... forward to our room for a quick sleep before dinner tonight.
awoke refreshed about 6pm and after freshening up we headed over to the Spa Resort and Casino (100M from our hotel entrance). I ended up playing blackjack switch, for anyone who has never heard of this it is like normal blackjack except you must play two hands, each you initially bet the same amount. Once you have received your second card on each you then have the option of switching ...
... was given to them. It took them quite a while to figure out how to get into the body. The head didn’t take too long. Poor teddy managed to get his head stuck into the cardboard head and was looking around with a cheetah mask. We found it incredibly humorous, and I was fortunate enough to take a couple of photos. Matt finally had to help the Teddy and Aiyla open the body. When it was all over Matt gathered all of the box pieces ...
... rainbow flags outside a fun little cafe/restaurant called Pinocchio's. Both Marilyn's were very lovely. After a few hours at the pool I headed back downtown for the night life. On Thursday nights they shut down the downtown area and have a big arts market with live entertainment at the end of each block. It's like a big Queen Vic summer night markets. After strolling around the stalls I stopped to look at some pretty silk scarves only to find the artist and her ...