Vista Mirage

Address: 400 South Hermosa, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262, United States | 3 star condo
 
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Location

This 3 star condo, located in the Baristo area of Palm Springs, is near Indian Canyons, Palm Springs Convention Center, Five Star Adventures, and Palm Springs Swim Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

      SE Asia Trip Countdown: Minus 2 days & counting..

      A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Feb 09, 2015

      3 comments, 1 photo

      Sometime in the early part of last year, while we were still in France, we came across a wonderful-sounding Road Scholar trip to Southeast Asia. It was a month-long adventure, mostly on a small ship, that would venture to Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar. After having an in-depth, protracted discussion about whether we should do it for about 4 minutes, we said to each other, ...

      Burbank to Palm Springs

      A travel blog entry by andreas.bohman on May 12, 2014

      4 photos

      ... of Los Angeles.

      Just northeast of Palm Springs, next to a reservation casino (!) there are two outlets, Desert Hills and Cabazon. Cabazon is a small one, almost like a strip mall, but the Desert Hills one; that's massive. They're just finishing a major upgrade and now have around 130 stores, everything from your basic Nike, Levi's and Diesel so really cool ones like John Varvatos, Versace ...

      All You Can Eat Sushi: Not As Great As It Sounds

      A travel blog entry by peteandbecca on May 30, 2013

      2 photos

      ... a great photo of me in the parking lot making my "Why must I always overeat sushi?" face.

      As we drove home, we saw some pretty awesome signage on the road. I love a good carwash neon sign, and there happened to be one of a cute elephant! As we got back into town, we took a detour onto the winding roads that lead up to the giant windmills. Those things are way bigger than you'd think... it was terrifying.
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      Hot springs in the desert?

      A travel blog entry by steppingout on Dec 16, 2012

      17 photos

      ... leaving heaps of boulders scattered across the land. Areas of ocotillo patches and cholla cactus gardens, along with Joshua Trees make for stunning landscapes.

      Natural springs formed oases that lured Natives such as the Mojave, Chemuhuevi and Cahuilla, and later ranchers to the area. Keys Ranch was one of the only successful homesteads and visitors can still see how life was back in the early 1900s. ...

      The Flight and the Tram

      A travel blog entry by aum on Oct 14, 2011

      4 photos

      ... of the tram was very large, and could hold up to 80 people. It also rotated so that we could see everything. A voice came from the ceiling. It told us that the tram would swing after passing over a tower. There were 5 towers, and the third was the worst. We were jerked around, and it felt like the tram would fall. After reaching the top, we went to a restaurant and had lunch. Then, we went outside and ...