Ramada Palm Springs

Address: 2000 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 2000 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, is near Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Palm Springs Visitor Center, Big Wheel Bike Tours - Palm Springs, and The Mountain Station.
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Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

More hummingbirds and Faith.

A travel blog entry by samandken on Jan 16, 2014

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... heap of other birds. And a lot of really magnificent palm trees. Then. We took Melissa and Grant up to the palm spring tram. It is a skyline tram that takes you from the valley floor right up to 8575 feet onto the top of the mountain. Very brave I know. But wow it was a magnificent view. Once we were there we poked around outside to see even more areas. Wow. Then took them back to Faiths said our goodbyes and headed back to our room for a rest. And a beer and some bubbles. Lovely ...

I'm a Mountain Zebra… NOT

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 01, 2013

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... his front paws on one of their heads. The warthog then lifted his head quickly, and Noodle went flying. He was okay, and everyone burst into laughter. I am hoping I have the opportunity to witness a similar situation before I leave Neuras.

Then we went on a game count. Yesterday we were on the north side of the land; today we were on the south side. The south side didn’t have as pretty of views, but definitely was not short of incredibly steep hills ...

So this is what sunshine feels like??

A travel blog entry by sarahblaha on Mar 30, 2013

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... for our annual week in the sun. We spent hours at the pool each day, and played nearly every sport imagined. Grace is a fish, and Anne and I could barely keep up with her energy.

By the second day, I was at least three shades darker and more lobster-tan than model-tan. Thankfully after a day of peeling and layers of sunscreen, the lobster part faded. I maintain that the lack of sun in Manchester caused my skin to forget ...

It's not, in fact, a cactus

A travel blog entry by allenfam on Oct 01, 2012

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... water, then pushed to the surface by tectonic forces, up and out of the ground. The kids had a great time scrambling on the rocks; 3. Part of the San Andreas Fault lies in the Coachella Valley between Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs. We saw it. Cool; 4. Once upon a time you could see to Mexico from Keys View, a lookout in Joshua Tree National Park, but pollution haze drifting up the Coachella Valley from LA means that now, on a "clear" ...

Relaxation, reflection and missing the Camino

A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Jul 15, 2012

... and spiritually stronger. I walked through hail, rain, thunderstorms, wind, rocks, mud, sunshine, heat, flat roads, uphills, downhills, through mountains, fields, deserts, city streets, villages and towns... my spirit and soul connected with the Camino and with all the people I met along the way. The voices of those who walked before me, over thousands of years, talked to me and I felt their presence in the ground. The Camino was not just a path that ...