Caliente Tropics Resort
Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
From Pinnacles, I drove south to L.A. along US101/US1. A lot of nice ocean views, but I didn't stop to dip my toes. At L.A. I creeped straight across the city on the parking lot known as interstate 10. A couple of hours of good, clean fun. Eventually I reached my last Nat. Park in the state, Joshua Tree N.P.. The park includes parts of two different deserts. I started in the east which is the ...
... studied through the San Gorgonio Wind Resource Study EIR (1982), a joint environmental document prepared for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Riverside County.
... one store. Today I found a dozen. Darlene helped me whittle them down to 6 pairs I can use. Wow!
All this shopping made us a little late for our next rendezvous with Randy and David. When they arrived at the trailer we gave them the tour because they travel too, in their motorhome. They took us to their favorite Chinese Buffet, which was amazing. After a visit to their new place we went home and retired for the ...
... in the canyon as we set off early but you could hear the hum of civilization in the distance. One ancient shelter rock had artifacts from more than 2,000 years ago. The trail itself loops up to Tahquitz Falls (2 miles in total) and climbs 350 feet in elevation.
Since we finished that hike earlier than expected we donned our winter clothing and set out for the Aerial Tramway. One drives up a steep slope ...
... for the Airport as Christine and Paul were heading home the day after. It didn’t all quite go to plan as although we made our way around the City and to the coast (Airport is on the coast), we were struggling to find anywhere to stay – we’d been trying via the internet and ‘phone for a few days. In the end, Paul said he felt that it would be better if they found an Airport Hotel, knowing then ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking