BEST WESTERN PLUS Palm Desert Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Palm Desert
Last year, while coming home, we decided to stay in Palm Desert at the Courtyard. It is just to hot to think about staying in the trailer in the heat. Applebee's is next door to the hotel and we just swam and had dinner next door. We made ...
... Should I try to cram everything in that I can? Should I change the way I live because I have cancer? I suppose that everyone in a similar situation asks themselves these questions. Stuart Scott, the ESPN anchor recently taken by cancer at age 49 after 7 years of treatment said "when you die, it does not mean you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live and the manner in which you live." I'll try to do honor to his wise ...
... up and down, or could be down and up, the main high street in Palm Springs. People out having a beer and lunch in the bars and restaurants along the street and all the shops open. A chilled out atmosphere that always seems to come with hot weather. The more we strolled the more hungry we became so we opted for a nondescript Thai restaurant just because it was there. WHAT A COUP. Inside were many Asian diners and one free ...
... through Salton City. I pass the Sonny Bono Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge, named after the former entertainer, one-time Palm Springs Mayor, and U.S. Congressman from California.
The refuge was established in 1930 as a sanctuary and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, then renamed after Bono, who played an active role in trying to save the Salton Sea. I got you, Babe.
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... the time when I arrived at Grandpa's place. It was an intense ride coming in. Along with smashing ants on my dashboard while driving, I came into a nasty sand/wind storm that was making semi's question whether they could stay on the road or not because no one was able to see even a car's length ahead of them. I've never driven in conditions like that before but I have a feeling there will be a lot of firsts continuing on this trip!
When arriving, I ...