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After an extended stay at Rod and Gina's - way longer than we expected but so pleasant - it was time to leave for Palm Springs. Although it was a sunny day, there was a cold northwest wind and when we left at 8:45 it was 41 degrees. It really did not warm up until we hit California. The wind let us experience another first - dust storms. The funny …
Today was our last day in this paradise known as Palm Springs. The forecast high was 89 degrees and it was sunny although for the first time since we arrived there were some high cirrus clouds at times.
The day began poorly when we went to the Cabazon Outlet Mall for the 9 am opening only to find out it did not open until 10 and that has …
We have spent the most perfect couple of days and it is forecast to continue. Temperatures in the mid 80s during the day and sunny skies without a cloud. Richard golfed today and I lazed around the pool and finished my book - the latest Elizabeth George, "Believing The Lie".
Yesterday we shopped at El Paseo in the morning, a very ritzy …
What a pleasant day we had today! Sun and warm temperatures! Perfect!
We started the day with juice, coffee, cereal, berries and yogurt in the room before going to the Visitor's Centre for 9 am. We got our bearings much better at the Centre and even found some chocolate covered figs that we would have bought had they been dark chocolate. …
This morning we ticked off two things from the Palm Springs bucket list and they were both full of majesty and grandeur and made us feel humble.
We hiked the Tahquitz Canyon before it got too hot - predicted high of 76 degrees F today! The Tahquitz Canyon is one of five canyons occupied by the ancestors of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service