Terra Cotta Inn

2388 E Racquet Club Rd, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262-2629, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the Desert Park Estates area of Palm Springs, is near Escena Golf Club, Palm Springs Oasis Waterpark, Ruth Hardy Park, and Big Wheel Bike Tours - Palm Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

    A broken string

    A travel blog entry by ginandtim on Feb 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... I head out from Ruth Hardy immediately with a purpose: I can't play anymore with a tennis racquet that has a pouch in it like a lacrosse stick!

    10 minutes drive later I arrive at Cathedral Canyon Tennis club in Cathedral City, a community next to Palm Springs. I ask the first person I see for 'David' and she directs me to a bespectacled man chortling with others. He has long salt-and-pepper hair under a baseball cap and is sporting a Babolat track ...

    Day 67 - San Diego to Palm Springs - California

    A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jun 04, 2013


    ... so we know where we are going and to help with the planning. The other significant purchase is a local mobile phone so we can call ahead to campsites for our trip.

    We hadn't booked anywhere for tonight but were in search of civilisation - full hook up, showers, laundry and wifi. We find the Happy Traveller RV in Palm Springs which ticks all of the boxes, so we book in for two nights. Check us out being all ...

    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 ...

    A New Chapter? More Like A New Freaking Book!

    A travel blog entry by mjanderson8708 on Apr 09, 2012

    ... that you would have taken for granted if you lived in civility.
    On the other hand there are so many perks to getting stuck with the same group of guys for four years of your life. Firstly, you become part of a family that is big enough to invade countries or cause enough ruckus in a city that you are barred from ever going back!! These boys are my brothers and that will never change. In a frat I can appreciate that you become close to your ...

    Off to the Desert!

    A travel blog entry by rastatravel on Oct 11, 2011

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... on the way...................i think Kevin would like to have stopped at all of them. One of the last main towns before Palm Springs was Beaumont................we thought we were at home!! The boys thought that was quite amusing. We arrived in Palm Springs after lunch, and it was HOT, HOT, HOT.................36 degrees!!! Was beautiful. After checking in we headed straight to the pool. They are used to the heat ...