Desert Breezes Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... forecast. There were no plans for a killer driving day. We headed east on I-10 towards Blythe, CA where we crossed the Colorado River into Arizona. About 25 miles further along we left I-10, turning northeast onto a lightly travelled back road in the direction of Flagstaff, AZ. We were feeling “footloose and fancy free.” Still, it is good to look ahead a bit so I got out the campground guide to see where we might plan to spend the night. The first campground ...
... 160;Aerial Tramway.</b> <b>The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the largest rotating aerial tramway </b><b>in the world. You board the Tram car at the Valley Station an elevation of 2,643 feet for a 10 minute ride to the Mountain Station, elevation 8,516 feet. </b> <b>At the top you walk out to the scenic Mt San Jacinto State Park. ...
... to hide their ill-gotten gains (but mainly horses and cattle). Headed to Peppers ( the fantastic Thai restaurant ) for yet another fantastic meal. We will certainly miss this place. The chef is apparently 70 years old and Thai. We probably have stumbled on one of the best Thai restaurants in the world. DAY FOUR PALM DESERT We decided to just relax at the hotel today. We booked a 90 min spa each to try and ease our aching muscles. ...
If you put a Maple leaf between Patti and I, what do you get? A Canadian flag. With a little more sun, we're a little bit redder as we settle into our Palm Springs rituals of hanging by the poolside and meeting the local residences. It reminds us so much of home except the weather's warmer, it rains less, no alarm clocks and no work commitments. Otherwise, just like Powell River. Happy hour started at 1:00p.m. today ...
... the occupation of Malaysia by the Japanese. Then we were off to the PS Art Museum which is a really nice gallery with a number of significant works...several Henry Moore sculptures, Remington and Russell paintings of the old west and a temporary exhibit of Catlin paintings of the Plain Indians and Buffalo hunts from the 1800s. There was a large number of modern pieces as well and a very nice outdoor sculpture garden. We found Koffie on South Palm Canyon ...