Palm Springs Hotel & Residences / The Resort / Mondrian

Address: Amado Road, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Amado Road, Palm Springs, is near Ruth Hardy Park, Palm Springs Convention Center, Heritage Palms Golf Club, and Palm Canyon Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

SE Asia Trip Countdown: Minus 2 days & counting..

A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Feb 09, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

Sometime in the early part of last year, while we were still in France, we came across a wonderful-sounding Road Scholar trip to Southeast Asia. It was a month-long adventure, mostly on a small ship, that would venture to Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar. After having an in-depth, protracted discussion about whether we should do it for about 4 minutes, we said to each other, ...

Turn around, sometime, Birthday boy.

A travel blog entry by ginandtim on Feb 27, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... sky, I just stopped, dropped my jaw and saw it. A rainbow. But not just any rainbow a complete full-on rainbow arch. It was overcast and drizzly, a rare moment in a desert area, I just did not expect it...and a FULL rainbow at that.

Sometimes the sun itself, or any subject in photography, is not as important as something else which occurs BECAUSE of your intended subject. It's good to be humbled now and ...

Day 69 - Palm Springs - California (USA)

A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jun 06, 2013

2 comments, 21 photos

... Amazing place; samples to help you choose your flavours, serve yourself add any toppings then its all priced on weight. Our family creation was pink lemonade and orange sorbet in a mixed whirl with white chocolate drops and raspberries on top - it was yummy.

All the shops have the mist sprays shooting out thankfully so we make a beeline past those. To start with Dylan won't join us. He finally explains that it's steam which is hot and he's too ...

The nudist bookseller and lots of fruits

A travel blog entry by stevek28 on Dec 13, 2012

1 photo

... the waist down but a red covering for his "bits and pieces".
I remained in the car while Stephen got out to ask if he had a book about John C. Calhoun. And then we got back on the highway.
Before we left Kara's, Rebecca and I picked a bagful of oranges from the tree in the backyard. I was so excited.
When we were driving and eating them, Stephen reminded ...

Namib Desert

A travel blog entry by lyne_orser on Nov 05, 2012

14 photos

... We did a rugged walk to Dead Vlei that is said to be millions of years old. From there, a group of 10 of us elected to try to "hike" up the highest sand dune in the world. "Big Daddy" would be a challenging terrain we were told-and challenging would be a kind word to describe the perilous hike. We were baking under 39C sunshine and the ever sliding sand terrain made it difficult to gain a strong and easy footing. We took ...

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