POSH Palm Springs Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... as we travel around. We're going to the Alamo and riverwalk maybe tomorrow but probably on Tuesday. We are working our way slowly back to mn. Checking the weather each day. Toooooo cold yet but we hope by the middle of the summer it will be warm enough to venture home. ...
I should have written my blog every day, so now I forget exactly what we did and when! Anyhow we went to see a cultural museum in Palm Springs called the Agua Caliente featuring the artifacts, jewellry, music and photos of the indigenous Cahuilla Indians -very interesting. The lady in the museum asked me where we came from before Vancouver Island. When I said ...
... many naturalist aren't thrilled with all the imported species of plant life, but the effect is gorgeous.
We dinned on Zaida'a gourmet cooking for dinner and spent a quiet evening enjoying our time with our hosts and watching THE HELP. We even begin to make friends with Zoe, the pure white, shy cat that likes to play fetch.
... at a diner called Cactus Jacks and drove around around admiring the beautifully manicured lawns, and palm tree lined streets. They don't even have street lights in the suburbs, as the palm trees themselves have lights attached to them.
After lunch, I felt like an iced coffee and since we'd accidentally missed our turn-off, Ted detoured through a McDonald's drive through to get one. Unfortunately I'd forgotten that iced coffee in the USA is literally coffee with ice (ugh) and ...
... but once outside, you can walk very quickly into very pretty wilderness (52 miles of wilderness trails up here!). It's only 8500 feet and we'll be going much higher in South America. We were a little breathless for a few minutes but we adjusted quickly adjusted which is a good sign.
The tramway leaflet suggested several trails including a 5 mile valley loop and a 0.75 mile nature walk. The valley loop is "only for experienced hikers with ...