The Andalusian Court

Address: 458 W. Arenas Rd, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Historic Tennis Club area of Palm Springs, is near Palm Springs Desert Museum, Painted Canyon, Wonderland of Rocks, and Adagio Galleries.
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      Palm Springs

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Mar 18, 2015

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      ... one spotted in USA to date so she was happy.

      As we arrived and left Palm Spring we drove past the wind farm on the San Gorgonio Mountain Pass in the San Bernadino Mountains. It is a pretty amazing sight with more than 4000 separate windmills that provide enough electricity to power Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley.

      Three days in Palm Springs was enough, now, which way to Vegas.


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      A broken string

      A travel blog entry by ginandtim on Feb 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... 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 ...

      The unexpected Nambian wonders

      A travel blog entry by missbridgee on Sep 26, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the couch for the day. Finally recovering the next day I tried out sand boarding on the dunes, which was very fun, and a bit scary no beginners slopes here! Covered in sand I did head to the beach for the fastest swim on my life...freezing! The next few days in Namibia flew by climbing sand dunes, watching sunsets, star gazing, visiting the fish river canyon and great new friends. It was a sad day to get to the South African border, as I said goodbye to one more country on my ...

      8000ft up, middle of a forest, smelling smoke...

      A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 07, 2013

      19 photos

      After looking at the map we decided to stop in Palm Springs on the way to San Bernardino (just outside of LA). We got out the car when we reached the visitors centre and wow was it hot!! The not so helpful people at the visitors centre told us that their was a tramway into the mountains or a museum and that was all there was to do in Palm Springs this time of year! Hmm ok! So off we headed to find the tramway and as we entered ...

      Road Trippin' USA

      A travel blog entry by janeneva on Oct 16, 2012

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... off to see Grand Canyon, which was very cool. 1000 million years (seriously) of earth’s history in front of you. After that the Pueblo cave-homes at Mesa Verde, Arizona. Finally before relaxing a few days in Oceanside, San Diego, we drove through Monument Valley. You know, where roadrunner was shot. Oh yeah and we spent a night in Palm Springs, I almost forgot! Next stop: South America. The end is nigh. Peace ...