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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      A somewhat lazy day at home

      A travel blog entry by winter2014dilar on Dec 10, 2014

      Woke up today and remembered (whew) that I had a haircut appt. at Desert Strands with Lindsey, so off I headed to DHS for that. They are very friendly and welcoming there, and the shop is beautifully decorated for Christmas, too.
      Lary headed in to Eisenhower Medical Center for his monthly INR blood thinner blood analysis, and then bought groceries. He also ...

      Teed off!

      A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Jan 21, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... with English (not Bubba Southern), but there was some joke about "The Monk" that got lost in translation. Shot 88 at Santa Rosa. Golf still has a long way to go, but it was really fun getting out. Santa Rosa golf is beautiful, not too difficult. Tonight, Celine made fish. She is a wonderful cook, and loves the preparation. Every night is wonderful food and a little bit of wine (we are getting older).
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      Epilogue.....We're all in this together!

      A travel blog entry by bdsr2r on Oct 21, 2013

      11 comments

      ... ride.

      Numerous people were "pushed" by stronger riders placing their hand at the base of the back of the slower rider giving an up hill push. I myself must have looked like I needed that at least once in a while because on one occasion I gratefully received one of those up hill pushes.

      In Ventura we stayed in a 14 story hotel with slow elevators and everyone leaving at the same time. At one floor, John, a cerebral palsy victim, ...

      Grandpa, Rita and a Dolly too

      A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife on Aug 23, 2013

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      ... What a sweetheart.
      Along with those two beauties, I was able to see my aunt Dolly in whom I was able to connect on an absolutely wonderful level. She's darling I tell you. We went out to dinner, all three of us and she kept the silence to a minimum which i was sincerely grateful for. She is technically my great aunt but I've never known her as that, it's always been closer even though we were never that close. Another night, we went out by ourselves and ...

      Joshua Tree National Park

      A travel blog entry by jeffwill on Jan 06, 2013

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      We spent the day in the Joshua Tree National Park. The park is in the higher and slightly cooler Mojave Desert and is the special habitat of Yucca brevifolia, the Joshua tree for which the park is named. In addition to Joshua tree forests, the western part of the park includes some of the most interesting geologic displays found in California's ...