Desert Springs JW Marriott Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Palm Desert
... a reasonable day's drive was located right on the I-40 Interstate. Traffic noise all night! No good! At not quite an optimal driving distance were three Forest Service campgrounds situated in the mountains near Prescott. No noise there but bird song. But the elevation at these three was close to 7000 feet. Going from sea level to 7000 feet in one day would mean a poor night’s sleep – headaches, insomnia. So scratch those three! We finally settled on aiming for ...
... snow on the ground, but was a beautiful clear day.</b>[ <b style="font-size: 13px; line-height: 1.22;">Our last stop of the day was at the Palm Springs Air Museum. The airplane museum contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes. We had an hour docent led tour of the facility. </b> <b> </b> ...
... It was nice having you along for the ride.
In the somewhat unlikely event that you learned anything these past few weeks, you’re welcome.
See you on next year’s ride. You in?
Day Seventeen Summary: Dove hunting in Blythe, wrestling with the Bella Twins, soarin’ over California, coming home!
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... dunes. The sun was starting to set as we stopped to take our photos. The dunes are impressive to say the least! Just as I was post sand boarding a few days ago, I found myself covered from head to toe in sand. I doubt I'll be able to wash all the sand off by the time I get home! Quite fatigued upon our return to the campsite, we relaxed before dinner. I was tucked away in my sleeping bag by 9:45pm, ready for a good night's ...
... most of the amenities that these parks offer - golf, tennis, etc. and even at that price we find that many of them are really tightly parked. Our backup plan was to head for the state park along the Salton Sea but before heading through town to reach this area, one we knew from last spring, we decided to check out a regional park in La Quinta. What a gem! It is a small park with just water and electricity at the sites and a dump available but the ...