Marriott's Shadow Ridge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott's Shadow Ridge Palm Desert
Love spending time here. Great timeshare resort with a great golf course. The staff is very welcoming. Great activities both on and off the resort
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Annual visit to Palm Desert, CA. Our 8th or 9th trip. The last 3 have been two week trips. After a 2 1/2 hour ride we arrived at Shadow Ridge for our two week stay. We were given our first choice of accommodations. Top floor building 2700 with a view of the 16th hole. We ate dinner at SiBon's a favorite restaurant we discovered last year. Belgium …
... some fat & happy. Some pacifists, some ready to shoot on the slightest excuse.
Cath's not quite ready to commit to being a swimmer. She's on the fence about the various strokes and whether she likes the water. She misses the snow back East.
I miss nothing, just glad to be at this resort in the desert. Who knows when this conjunction may transpire ...
Today we had a 12:36 tee time at the Santa Rosa golf course in Sun City. A little bit cloudy (!). Guy and Celine said it was the first clouds in a long time. Probably 75 degrees, so not too shabby. After our wonderful, gourmet meal of pork tenderloin prepared by our hosts last night, we were quite happy to knock around in the morning and just talk. We enjoy our Montreal friends so much. Celine is now ...
... and a Corned beef sandwich.. Drove to El Paseo after stopping for some wine and snacks and checked in at the Marriott Residence Inn on Cook and Frank Sinatra. Had a room overlooking the hot tub and pool....it's a Studio suite with kitchen and sitting room.. Bit noisy though around the pool. Then off we went to the Rivers in Rancho Mirage and ended up at the ...
... This one did seem to have quite a bit of traffic and lots of curves with Denis using turnouts regularly. We stopped at a casino we had never been to-- Cahuilla, I think-- no luck but lovely setting, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. How can I keep saying that when California has a population greater than all of Canada??!! Then we started the downhill and what a roller coaster of a road-- known as the Pines to Palms Highway... WOW!