Extended Stay America - Palm Springs - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Palm Springs - Airport
Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
... a public toilet, the children had some fun playing in the ruins an old burnt out house - just a brick chimney with some old tins cans in the hearth. We could see some sand dunes in the distance and when I checked the map it was an area called Devils Playground so the children were excited to go have some fun. A few miles down the road was a turn off for Kelso Dunes so we turned off down a very bumpy dirt track for a few miles ...
... racquets for a few other players who are not members but who drop by but only once a year. No one special, just Roger Federer, Raphael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams - yup, ONLY the top World-ranked ATP tennis players who come here every March for the BNP Parabas Open at Indian Wells, just a 20 minute drive from Palm Springs!
Add another 'Wow' to the list of Wow's on this trip.
From that moment, I knew I wanted to come back and so the next day ...
... up camping for the night. the site was about ten miles from the interstate so it was peaceful and in the middle of nowhere. A couple of other intrepid (foolhardy) folk had pitched tent but there were a lot of camper vans - at least 15, so we wouldn't be completely alone. as we were going in, a huge camper van pulled in ahead of us - this guys gets out and comes over - "are you the camp host?" he asks we explained we were just staying the night, and ...
... so we know where we are going and to help with the planning. The other significant purchase is a local mobile phone so we can call ahead to campsites for our trip.
We hadn't booked anywhere for tonight but were in search of civilisation - full hook up, showers, laundry and wifi. We find the Happy Traveller RV in Palm Springs which ticks all of the boxes, so we book in for two nights. Check us out being all ...
... was warning signs for rattle snakes and mountain lions! On the first mile hike we passed about five others but on the Victor Trail we didn't see a soul! Not the kind of place you want to be bitten by a snake. En route to and from the canyons we drove through downtown Palm Springs. It became really popular in the 50s and 60s when Hollywood movie stars would vacation here. A lot of the houses are from that time and are really cool looking and individual. A lot of ...