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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Gord and I took a very early flight from Edmonton to Palm Springs on April 16th, and with the help of a tailwind arrived in less than 3 hours gate to gate. My sister Judy, my dad and his wife Marie Paule, who had all arrived on the 11th (Judy from Calgary and my dad from Ottawa) were all at the airport to greet us. And within the hour we were at our home in Palm Desert, in our shorts and flip flops, and sipping something cool. With Judy now a ...
... was a silent film star (we looked all of these people up on Google, by the way, and it was legit). Pretty cool person to meet. He said, "I just go through doors when they open up in life, I believe it's what we should do. As far as I know we're only here once, and we might as well make the best of it." Sound ...
... for another adventure. We went to six rim canyon where we climbed all the way to the bottom and got to walk around. We did a little rock climbing to see the little pool of water. In wet season, the whole canyon can fill up with water. We made our way back to camp for a late dinner. Paige and I bought ingredients to make s'mores as our North American contribution. No one had ever heard of them, and everyone loved them! Paige and I slept outside and watched the shooting stars go ...
Sitting in the Admiral's Club in Dallas waiting for our flight to London, and from London we will head to Stockholm and arrive in the afternoon tomorrow. So far our day has gone smoothly - on time flight from Palm Springs and our next flight looks to be on time as well. When we arrived here we left our stuff at the Admiral's Club and I dragged Dennis on a long walk around the airport. It always amazes me how clueless people are about blocking ...
... people than Rusty, so she kept her distance. Finally, part of Ollie got close enough to Laura that she was comfortable having a go at it. Rusty managed to get the octopus head stuck on her head, and she trotted around with it for a bit. By the time Rusty was done, her face was very green from the paint on the cardboard.
I was disappointed that we didn’t get to see Spartacus, one of the other cheetahs (I ...