Palm Canyon Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Woke up today and remembered (whew) that I had a haircut appt. at Desert Strands with Lindsey, so off I headed to DHS for that. They are very friendly and welcoming there, and the shop is beautifully decorated for Christmas, too.
Lary headed in to Eisenhower Medical Center for his monthly INR blood thinner blood analysis, and then bought groceries. He also ...
Went on the Palm Springs aerial tram today - fits 80 people! Incredible experience - starting from a height of 2643 feet up to 8516 feet - almost 1800 metre increase. Fabulous views from the top. I made the mistake of walking down the trail and had to walk back again. My throat felt raw after that but improved & Ken & I had a nice dinner across the road from our hotel. The raw throat returned at bed time & I had a terrible night - very little ...
... We watched the sun setting over the dramatic landscape below- and can totally say the trip was worth it! This was our last night in our little camper-van (thank goodness!) and once again - found a quiet spot off the road to call home for a few hours. And after cooking what may be the last meal we cook for some time- then getting rid of all the bugs that had got into the van whilst doing that cooking - headed to bed! :) Amanda & ...
... the rough land in the canyon. Our only reference to where the vehicle was located was the GPS system, which only tells how many meters from the target point someone is. Basically, we weren’t sure the exact location of the vehicle and where the best spot would be to climb based on closeness to the vehicle. We settled on an area that was more of a very very very large and steep hill as opposed to what seemed like a mountain. This trip up was no where near as scary ...
... in the canyon as we set off early but you could hear the hum of civilization in the distance. One ancient shelter rock had artifacts from more than 2,000 years ago. The trail itself loops up to Tahquitz Falls (2 miles in total) and climbs 350 feet in elevation.
Since we finished that hike earlier than expected we donned our winter clothing and set out for the Aerial Tramway. One drives up a steep slope ...