Desert Breezes Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Palm Springs to ride on the aerial tramway up to the top of San Jacinto mountain range which was scary and awesome in equal measure. Fantastic views and a welcome drop in temperature apart for Sarah who shivered through most of it. Returned to our hotel for a cocktail or three which were so potent I found myself engaged in a lengthy conversation with Patty the Concierge about life in general whilst a queue formed behind me. ...
A bit of an epic journey .... The plane trip - 765,000 questions from Ted about every plane detail, some of which I could give a satisfactory answer for, over excited kids who got little sleep, 90 mins through customs and then a very frustrating 2 hours waiting for our hire car....won't be using ...
... 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 ...
... intense and calm at the same time that you will not know how to feel for most part of it! Other parts , I just felt enlightened!
[“I have always loved the desert. One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing. Yet through the silence something throbs, and gleams...”]
We entered the park from the south end (Cottonwood spring). Plan was to camp at Jumbo rocks ( declared as one of the best campsites in JT...rightly ...
... zig zagging their way toward ‘the man’. Thanks to the long wait, I was a few hours late in renting the car and so hit the famed traffic jams of LA. Luckily, I was able to use the HOV lane – high occupancy in LA being defined as ‘2 or more’ people. So, we got into our house in Palm Desert quite late, after a very long day.
This morning, I quickly checked around our property and was relieved to find everything in ...