Bella Monte Hot Springs Resort and Spa

Address: 68111 Calle Las Tiendas, Desert Hot Springs, California, 92240, United States | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 68111 Calle Las Tiendas, Desert Hot Springs, is near Home of Cabot Yerxa, Desert Hot Springs Spa, Desert Dunes Golf Course, and Desert Dunes Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Desert Hot Springs

Desert Deluxe

A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Mar 14, 2015

43 photos

... started packing up as soon as I got up this morning but the morning kind of slipped away and we didn’t get on the road until nearly 11:00am. We are headed for Bakersfield which is only about 210 miles and will take the Hwy 395 that runs through Victorville and joins with Hwy 58 about 95 miles east of Bakersfield. This highway reminded me of the road we took to Arizona: mostly two-lane with many dips like a roller coaster. It was slow going through Victorville with a lot ...

Desirable Pueblo - 14 Up, 31 Down

A travel blog entry by antheaandtex on Apr 26, 2014

29 photos

... towards the south, subsequent erosion creating the canyons. Home to 4000 archeological sites and over 600 cliff dwellings its treasures remained undiscovered by caucasians until the 1880s when the Wertherill boys, looking for stray cattle on the mesa, and from a vantage point on the edge to check out the canyon below looked down ...

The Good Life

A travel blog entry by knightc on Dec 16, 2013

12 photos

... which meant lots of dust with a few sprigs of struggling grass. We settled in and had a look around the park.

It turned out that the road behind us had quite a bit of traffic and the next morning we decided to see about moving to a different spot. We drove around the park, looking at the vacant spots and made a note of our favorites before going to the office to ask about ...

I'm a Mountain Zebra… NOT

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 01, 2013

12 photos

... other as I was able to walk on just my legs instead of all fours the majority of the way and most of the rocks were more stable. The difficult part came from already walking and climbing for more than three hours and being sore, exhausted, and almost out of water. It was an incredible feeling when I reached the top, as I just knew that the vehicle would be waiting for us, and our hike would be done.

WRONG!

No vehicle in sight. We all continued on ...

Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jan 15, 2013

11 photos

... we find amazing. They like living in the ponding water. Hmmmm, fertile land plus a source of water....... viola, an oasis! We continue down the trail until the spring water and palms are left behind. Going up slope we reach a plateau where we can see the rugged hills that parallel the San Andreas.

At that point we decide to take a side trail back towards the parking lot. We walk pass some pretty rugged looking soil that has tons ...