Desert Sun Resort

Address: 1533 Chaparral Road, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Uptown Palm Springs area of Palm Springs, is near Spa Resort Casino, Ruth Hardy Park, Big Wheel Bike Tours - Palm Springs, and The Mountain Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

    I'm a Mountain Zebra… NOT

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 01, 2013

    12 photos

    ... pants got caught on a large, sharp rock on my way up and tore. I was glad that I did decide to wear pants, otherwise that gash in my leg would have been much worse than it ended up being. I cannot count how many times the rocks that I tested with my weight were not stable, but what’s worse is the times that they seemed stable until I put more weight on them or the soft sand/rock/soil that would make it seem that I was falling all of the way back down the canyon. By ...

    Hemet/ san jacinto

    A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Jul 17, 2011

    45 photos

    ... it a night.
    On the Saturday me and the family were meant to go to Idyllwild but instead everyone arrived back late so we decided to go to the gym again instead. Jack and Mike joined myself and Britney this time. We worked out for an hour and then joined Mike and Britney at basketball - they are keen basketballers so I didn't fancy joining in as I knew I wasn't the best shooter but Jack told me to stop being a wuss. I managed to score 2/3 baskets from ...

    Joshua Tree National Park - Day two

    A travel blog entry by leesneed on Apr 16, 2010

    7 photos

    ... and got some advice from a ranger there about hikes. Drove on to the park and hiked the Queen Mine trail, a trail to the ruins of a series of abandoned gold mines. One information sign indicated that over 4,000 ounces of gold had been extracted from the mines.

    Lots of old mine ...

    From Desert to Ocean

    A travel blog entry by liliens on Jan 26, 2010


    ... thing we do know is that we’ll be doing it together, and we so enjoy getting to spend all this time together. We’ll come home with lots of new memories and new pictures too.

    So, that’s it for this entry. And while this blog isn’t proving to be as newsy as our former blog from more exotic areas, it does reflect the low key nature of our trip thus far. Thanks for reading. Hope to have an entry from Bonnie next.



    Boy, I'd hate to run out of gas here

    A travel blog entry by soloflyer on Aug 28, 2007

    8 photos

    ... is a training/military fascility hidden here somewhere - maybe underground or inside a mountain. Strangely, all of the campgrounds and vista spots were closed and displayed no signs of human life, so there really wasn't anything to do but drive through until I reached the 10 highway - then it was off to San Diego. Got to San Diego a little after 10 pm. I had no idea what to do here or where to stay, but the first thing that comes to mind was a youth hostel downtown in the ...