Travel Blogs from Hot Springs, United States

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Day of Rest, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I needed a day of relaxation on this vacation so I drove to Desert Hot Springs and spent the day at a hotel with six pools.  I layed out in the sun and enjoyed the refreshing 110 degree rays. In the mid afternoon I drove to Los Angeles to spend ...

Surprise, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Surprise

A travel blog entry by jwatson

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... sort of back roads highways, visiting small Arkansas towns or towns with cool downtown districts along the way, and one of those was Hot Springs, where my family happened to be due to the long Labor Day weekend. I decided to surprise them by just walking ...

Ouachita Mountain & Hot Springs, Arkansas, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Ouachita Mountain & Hot Springs, Arkansas

A travel blog entry by brent-n-toby

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... as we wanted a day or 2 of not traveling. Nice site by Lake Ouachita. The first day we went to the town of Hot Springs which has a street of really quaint Victorian bath houses from the early 1900's when "taking the water" was the vacation for ...

A Lovely Christmas Had By All, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

A Lovely Christmas Had By All

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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Christmas Day morning is quiet here at the resort. Some folks are heading for the golf course, some have gone to visit friends and relatives who live nearby. Others, like us are going to stay put today. Jil and I made a pact that our stay here at Sands ...

Arkansas--Hot Springs, Little Rock, & Bill Clinton, Hot  Springs, United States travel blog

Arkansas--Hot Springs, Little Rock, & Bill Clinton

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... 's boyhood home for a photo stop and then lunched at a better Mexican Restaurant called La Hacienda. Afterwards, we visited the Hot Springs National Park Visitors Center in the old Fordyce Bathhouse and walked part of the Promenade above Bathhouse Row. In ...

RV Resort Life And A Visit To Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

RV Resort Life And A Visit To Palm Springs

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... us. Wind speed 25-35 mph with gusts to 65 mph will do that. By morning the wind becomes a little more tolerable. Palm Springs is less likely to suffer from high winds as it is sheltered by the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains. We head into town. ...

Nice Relaxing Day, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Nice Relaxing Day

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... surprisingly large. Shouldn't be a surprise as it is the only Catholic church in DHS. DHS is what us locals call Desert Hot Springs. During Mass I recall listening to an Australian fella by the name of Matthew Kelly. He has been extolling the virtues of ...

Weather? What Weather?, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Weather? What Weather?

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... relax the past few days so I thought I would write about the weather that we have experienced since arriving here in Desert Hot Springs.  Here are my observations: Nighttime: Temperatures have been from the mid thirties to as much as 51 degrees. A ...

WILL SOMEONE PLEASE TURN DOWN THE HEAT?, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

WILL SOMEONE PLEASE TURN DOWN THE HEAT?

A travel blog entry by retiredandcrazy

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... nbsp; But the view from the top was amazing and well worth the terror. We looked down over the whole Palm Spring, Desert Hot Springs Valley including, again, the San Andreas fault! This morning we did the far more down to earth "Celebrity Tour".  ...

Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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Two days ago the weatherman gave a glimmer of hope that the cold windy weather was to subside. So how better to take advantage of decent weather but to take a field trip? Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve is located approximately 16 miles southeast of the RV ...

Sick as a Dog, Hot Springs Village, United States travel blog

Sick as a Dog

A travel blog entry by amarika

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... , and took us to Walgreen's so that Amanda could pick up some allergy medicine. Aunt Linda and Uncle John left Hot Springs within an hour of Erika calling them, picked us up, and even took Amanda to the Mercy Clinic. She ...

Enjoying the Grover (Cold) Hot Spring, Grover Hot Springs State Park, United States travel blog

Enjoying the Grover (Cold) Hot Spring

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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... , tablecloths, a portable table and eating utensils. We piled into 3 cars and drove to Markleeville a small little town at the turnoff for Hot Springs Road. Just at the edge of the 2 block town you cross a bridge over a stream. There is a path to the ...

Anchorage to Manley Hot Springs, Manley Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Anchorage to Manley Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by fitzpatl

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... our first gravel encounter. 3000', tucked amongst the trees between the Tanana River and the Slough (a slow running branch fed by the hot springs) and nestled up against some hills. Set up for a pass, but then we lucked out and found downwind easily, so ...

Movin' along...., Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Movin' along....

A travel blog entry by dldemented

... going to attend. I'm finding the people to be very nice here more like some of the western states I've visited. Seems to be very laid back. Hot Springs is pretty interesting.. The springs are 146 degrees coming out of the ground. In the late ...

Crooked and Steep Roads Ahead, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Crooked and Steep Roads Ahead

A travel blog entry by troycar4444

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... creek that runs just by the campsite that provides white noise to drown out the nearby road. We plan on seeing the Hot Springs later this afternoon and tomorrow along with the historic district of town. Love, Tom and Christine Total Miles ...

The Lazy Days Of Winter, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

The Lazy Days Of Winter

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... in Palm Springs. The Rancho Mirage folks made us feel like we have ruined their nap time. The lady at the Palm Springs Visitor Center had a bright and bubbly personality. Her extensive knowledge of the area enabled her to select literature specific to our ...

Almost Went Over The Fisical (sic) Cliff!, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Almost Went Over The Fisical (sic) Cliff!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... walls, and a cemetery. We headed toward Keys View, elevation 5100', where we would be able to see a good portion of the Palm Springs area. The drive is spectacular even to us folk who are not desert lovers. Thousands of Joshua Trees as far as the eye can ...

DHS History and a Little Resort Tour, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

DHS History and a Little Resort Tour

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... a state historical site after his death in 1965. The town was founded by L. W. Coffee on July 12, 1941. Desert Hot Springs became a tourist destination in the 1950s because of its small spa and boutique hotels. Today the city has ...

Asheville to Nashville and beyond, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Asheville to Nashville and beyond

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... in Hot Springs, Arkansas, near Little Rock, home of you know who.  Bill Clinton was actually raised right here in Hot Springs, though except for a small sign downtown and another small sign in front of his modest childhood home here (now privately ...

Cabot Puelbo Museum, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Cabot Puelbo Museum

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... Roosevelt (the Postmaster of Sierra Madre), citrus baron, desert homesteader, discoverer of the aquifer that has made Desert Hot Springs a world-renowned health center, soldier in WWI (where he attained the rank of sergeant with the 345th Battalion Tank ...

Jessica's Birthday at Lava Hot Springs, Lava Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Jessica's Birthday at Lava Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by pelican-taquita

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... was not frigid, in the late afternoon we were both chilled enough that we made our way to the splendid Lava Hot Springs outdoor facilities with a multitude of pools with shinny river rocks on the bottom and bubbles floating up from the ...

Easter Sunday, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by griesenj

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... really no different from what we have been seeing for days in Tennessee. We decided to not stay in Little Rock and opted for Hot Springs.  There are several huge lakes there.  We drove through a National Park but it was full and drove through ...

Glass walls (let the outside in), Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Glass walls (let the outside in)

A travel blog entry by malbet

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Today was a "Betsy' day - a botanical garden day, though as it turned out there was some architectural interest for Malc too. True, it really isn't garden weather, having come north it is chilly there isn't much sun to spare but these gardens came highly ...

Wind Cave, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Wind Cave

A travel blog entry by porterfamily

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Thanks for holding my pictures ...

Hiking, cycling, and hotsprings, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Hiking, cycling, and hotsprings

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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After two nights in the basin, we moved our camp to the Rio Grande Campground for two. It is at lower elevation with higher temperatures in the day and colder temps at night. We were struck with how little water there was in the Rio. Mexican men ...

Great Times in the Black Hills, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Great Times in the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by griesenj

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...  After weaving our way across a couple of narrow gravel roads we came upon Rochford and stopped at the largest "small" Mall in the United States.  Small is the key word here, and it wasn't open as they must have decided on a long weekend. ...

Life Of A Desert Rat, Desert Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Life Of A Desert Rat

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... have done this past week: The first two days we walked our wheels and the furry ones pads off. Went into Desert Hot Springs, a distance of four miles, to shop and look around. We acclimated ourselves to resort life somewhat by acquainting ourselves with ...

Steaming..., Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Steaming...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... make the most of it!  We settled in "On Cloud Nine" at the top of the 'mountain' in a place called Hot Springs.    Every now and then we stumble into a real gem without actually meaning to and Hot Springs is definitely one ...

Arkansas, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

Arkansas

A travel blog entry by salandrich

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Survived more thunderstorms and torrential rain to get here. Hot Springs is a bit like Bath in England, with Victorian bath houses and places for taking the waters. It is surrounded by woodland and is all very green (hardly surprising with all the rain ...

MAMMOTH SITE, Hot Springs, United States travel blog

MAMMOTH SITE

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... so very far away and yet with such clarity of form and feature....captured the light and our attention! We pulled into Hot Springs and found the Mammoth site.  The site is still actively being excavated and studied.  The building has been built ...

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