Hilton Palm Springs Resort
Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
Another day of shopping, was much better with fewer crowds. Still 42c today and wandered around Palm Springs. Off to Flagstaff tomorrow
.....so if you're wondering whether or not it's possible to travel from point A to B without ever using an Interstate Highway.....the answer is technically, always! However, much depends on the effective communication between driver and navigator, without interference from any passenger. So, in our case the answer is no! Far too many off ramps, merges and ...
... travel tripod (took it on the trip instead of my heavy duty one which was too weighty) attached my Pentax but with the weight of the telephoto lens the front kept tipping down. Meanwhile the silhouetted hill kept getting brighter and brighter and by this time I was not able to shoot. Frustrated I grabbed the camera and tripod, released the camera from the tripod and turned to go back to my car. As I turned and looked up to ...
... Ha ha. He joins us once we explain.
Successful nap time in the RV back at the campsite so we can run the A/C. It is still ridiculously hot inside the van but perhaps we are all getting a little more used to it. Couldn't survive in this heat without a hook up, so no more boon docking until it cools down a little. Rich and Emma sort the next leg of the trip. We are off to Las Vegas tomorrow, or "we are going to Vegas baby" as we have taught Dylan ...
... so dry it's now a golf course.) There was tennis courts, basketball courts, a kids playground and yet it was empty except for a few dog walkers. It was probably for the best really given that we didn't manage to run very far! The only touristy thing we did was Indian Canyons. We walked along Palm Canyon, which takes you through lots of palm trees down on the canyon floor. They seem so out of place yet are really pretty. We did the first mile on this hike and ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility