Tres Palmas Bed and Breakfast

Address: 73-135 Tumbleweed Lane, Palm Desert, California Desert, California, 92260, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 73-135 Tumbleweed Lane, Palm Desert, is near El Paseo Shopping District, Coda Gallery, Daniel Foxx, and Chapman's.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Desert

    Edmonton to Palm Desert - Setting the stage

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Apr 16, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    Gord and I took a very early flight from Edmonton to Palm Springs on April 16th, and with the help of a tailwind arrived in less than 3 hours gate to gate. My sister Judy, my dad and his wife Marie Paule, who had all arrived on the 11th (Judy from Calgary and my dad from Ottawa) were all at the airport to greet us. And within the hour we were at our home in Palm Desert, in our shorts and flip flops, and sipping something cool. With Judy now a ...

    Serendipity

    A travel blog entry by elizabeth1228 on Jan 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... was a silent film star (we looked all of these people up on Google, by the way, and it was legit). Pretty cool person to meet. He said, "I just go through doors when they open up in life, I believe it's what we should do. As far as I know we're only here once, and we might as well make the best of it." Sound ...

    Caught a cheetah

    A travel blog entry by hannabrowne on Oct 31, 2013

    2 photos

    ... for another adventure. We went to six rim canyon where we climbed all the way to the bottom and got to walk around. We did a little rock climbing to see the little pool of water. In wet season, the whole canyon can fill up with water. We made our way back to camp for a late dinner. Paige and I bought ingredients to make s'mores as our North American contribution. No one had ever heard of them, and everyone loved them! Paige and I slept outside and watched the shooting stars go ...

    Leaving Laughlin a day early

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Oct 08, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 29 Palms, more virgin territory for us.

    Around 29 Palms we did get turned around some and ended up at the gates of a marine base, thinking we were heading to I10... the marine was very polite and probably thought silly Canucks and had a good chuckle later. A few more missed turns and we got headed right. Quite the wind at times heading through Morongo Valley to connect to the I10 ...

    The Past and the Future

    A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Sep 12, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... these windmills capturing the energy provided by the wind maybe part of the answer. We have seen for ourselves the harmful effects the negative impact we make on our environment. The National Parks we designated years ago, but to maintain them for future generations will continue to require stewardship on the part of all of us. Windmills and other solutions is certainly a step in the right ...