International Lodge

Address: 74-380 El Camino, Palm Desert, California Desert, California, 92260, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 74-380 El Camino, Palm Desert, is near Tri-A-Bike, Coda Gallery, R E Welch Gallery, and Sports Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Palm Desert

      Day 3 - The Living Desert Zoo/Gardens

      A travel blog entry by sandyray on Jan 06, 2015

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      Cafey we went to the Living Desert Zoo/Gardens. We were met by our guides in trams to take us on our personal two hour tour of all the exhibits.

      After our tour we were able to return to any of the exhibits we’d like to spend more time at. Most of us headed to the camels for our camel ride. The camels name is Eastwood. After the camel ride it was time for lunch ...

      Still teed off

      A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Jan 22, 2014

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      Today was a 1:00 shotgun at San Gorgonio golf course at Sun City, after a morning workout. Everyone a little stiff from yesterday - I still don't have my golf muscles back yet. San Gorgonio is a tougher course than Santa Rosa. Guy was a little tender - his back was not in such good shape last night. Warmer - probably 82 degrees with no clouds around to ...

      Epilogue.....We're all in this together!

      A travel blog entry by bdsr2r on Oct 21, 2013

      11 comments

      ... ride.

      Numerous people were "pushed" by stronger riders placing their hand at the base of the back of the slower rider giving an up hill push. I myself must have looked like I needed that at least once in a while because on one occasion I gratefully received one of those up hill pushes.

      In Ventura we stayed in a 14 story hotel with slow elevators and everyone leaving at the same time. At one floor, John, a cerebral palsy victim, ...

      Grandpa, Rita and a Dolly too

      A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife on Aug 23, 2013

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      ... What a sweetheart.
      Along with those two beauties, I was able to see my aunt Dolly in whom I was able to connect on an absolutely wonderful level. She's darling I tell you. We went out to dinner, all three of us and she kept the silence to a minimum which i was sincerely grateful for. She is technically my great aunt but I've never known her as that, it's always been closer even though we were never that close. Another night, we went out by ourselves and ...

      City of Palm Trees and Festivals.

      A travel blog entry by sammiecervantes on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... located in La Quinta. There you can see how dates are made and grown, find gifts in the gift shop, and get a famous Date Shake made with vanilla ice cream and dates. Prior to what it is today, the Coachella Valley was home to Agua Caliente band of the Cahuilla Indians. A lot of agricultural fields are here as well. Home of palm trees, festivals, and many fun activities, visitors of the Coachella Valley come back for more every year.












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