Legacy Villas at La Quinta

Address: 48-784 Classic Drive, La Quinta, California, 92253, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 48-784 Classic Drive, La Quinta, is near Indian Wells Tennis Garden, La Quinta Mountain Course, La Quinta-Dunes Course, and Spa La Quinta.
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Travel Blogs from La Quinta

Palm Trees & Sunshine!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Jan 10, 2014

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... sharing great meals with our buddies and singing around the campfire. On Sunday Craig & Rose Little took five of us to Painted Canyon for a wonderful hike, where we climbed up and down ladders and squeezed through slot canyons to reach the summit and terrific views. Later they had us all over to ...

Sean from Africa

A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie on Jun 23, 2013

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Today we took the metro to downtown and got a shuttle bus to the airport and then another shuttle bus to where we would pick up our rent a car for 5 weeks of freedom. Of course this didnt go as planned. The insurance we had bought online which clearly said " this will cover you for all car hire in the USA and Canada, you will need no other insurance" was not accepted. Basically if we wanted the car we would have ...

Joshing in J Tree

A travel blog entry by danandsarah84 on May 22, 2013

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... with pins stuck in it from all the visitors they've had. It was surprising to see how much coverage this had - Europe was completely covered and even the remotest islands had pins on them. Even more to our surprise is that the woman at the counter told us that this had been filled from only the last two years. "People tell me I should get a bigger one", she told us.

Joshua Tree bouldering is stiff. Really stiff. It's also crypic, spread out, ...

What a Week!

A travel blog entry by garylesser on Aug 02, 2012

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... moved from Orange County to Grand Forks. Family makes us do strange things.

We saw the sights in Grand Forks, appreciated why its residents love the place, and then on Thursday (July 26), we drove 6 hours to the Minneapolis airport and flew home to Palm Springs.

Attached are a few photos to remind us of our time in North Dakota, and what's happened ...

Where the streets have no names....

A travel blog entry by kyle_and_sally on Jul 19, 2012

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... Bees! Oh the insanity!"

The park has two parts - Mojave and Colorado Deserts. While Joshua Trees grow in the Mojave, "Teddy Bear" Cholla grow in the Colorado Desert. Cholla is a type of cactus that from a distance looks soft and cuddly, hence teddy bear, but up close, it'll have ya! For miles all you can see is Cholla.

That night we ate at Joshua Tree Saloon - the one place in town open for food after 8pm. From the outside it was a rough and ready saloon; ...