Lido Palms Resort and Spa
Travel Blogs from Desert Hot Springs
... living in pithouses, they discovered the middle mesa areas were 10 deg cooler than the tops and ideal for agriculture and the lower temperatures reduced the need for water for cropping. By the eleventh Century they'd also discovered that by building in the alcoves in the cliffs the low winter sun would warm the masonry, and thereby ...
... people take them into all stores (even grocery stores). We assumed that dogs would be allowed in an outdoors park!
We drove around a bit more and then we came home to get ready to go to the Spotlight 29 Casino for dinner and a Bee Gees tribute band concert. It was fun! Great dinner with lots of seafood, then blackjack for me (lost $50) and slots for Bob (made 42 cents). The show was pretty ...
... events that took place while Fiona and I took a different path down the canyon than the others had yesterday. Apparently Sven had stood atop of a big rock/boulder while everyone took a break. The boulder was only about a meter from the cliff’s edge, and, right as Sven began to step off to the side, the boulder rolled backwards and fell several hundred meters down the canyon. Everyone is convinced Sven almost died yesterday. He had no idea it was ...
... still reach the infamous San Andreas Fault. Not sure if we separated and walked opposite directions that we would meet at the same location though.
We then enter the visitors center, look at the exhibits and make a small donation to the cause.
A retired couple are quizzing the ranger about the trails. "Do we need to wear heavy jackets on the trails?" they ask. "No" answers the ranger. "You should be fine with the sweaters that you ...
... 145,000 acres of diverse mountain, valley, desert, river and ocean front properties. The Wildlands Conservancy also funded the largest conservation land gift to the American people in U.S. history - over 560,000 acres. Operating exclusively with private funding, TWC purchases and restores landscapes and builds national park quality visitor facilities that are open to the public at no cost. Over the past ten years, TWC has been California's ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking