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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
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We stopped in Palm Springs to do a couple of things. There is an aerial tram there you can ride up to the top of Mt. San Jacinto and from there you can the entire valley. We also went to a botanical garden where they featured only desert plants. There are some weird looking cacti in this world. There ...
... following buffet dinner was excellent and we sat with a British couple who now live in France although they have a villa here and in St. Martin. We'd met tons of Canadians here this week but all except one couple from Timmins were from Alberta or British Columbia.
Now it is time to pack up from our home of the last week. I must say I enjoy staying in one spot for a time so I become familiarized and comfortable.
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... 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 ...