Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... give you TWO tea bags, so that after your first bag is used and no longer infuses your hot water you have another one to use then or at another time. Sorry, all you 'other' coffee shop lovers - if you are paying more for a larger size tea you're being had.
Back to being spa'd...Linds suggested an experience at Spa Resort Casino called 'The Taking of the Waters. Didn't have a clue what that meant but if my previous experiences in spas ...
... Sunday -- walked through the "street fair" in Palm Desert at the College of the Desert -- a large selection of vendors and good exercise to walk it all and ponder the items for sale. Purchases-- socks for Denis and licorice to share -- Watermelon flavoured, no less.... they must've had some 10 or 12 flavours of the licorice sticks.
Monday -- checked out a hiking area I'd read about on an RVer's blog -- Cove Oasis. We hiked about 1.8 miles in ...
... era, nothing has been touched. The hotel however, is incredibly modern and chic, perfect blend. It has a great outdoor pool with a fire pit that is lit after dark. OK so Palm Springs....fabulous darling, is all I can say. Amazing atmosphere day and night, people are friendly, food is brilliant (steak house, American cuisine to Greek and Mexican) cheap drinks (finally) and great little clubs hidden off the main road. The town has a feel of old Spanish towns, two storey ...
... I still remember the small one we had (small in comparison to these) digging prickles into my shoulder while I carted it all the way to Wagga, these ones would leave scars for sure. And just by chance I also stumbled upon General Patton's Memorial Museum. Smack bang in the middle of the Californian desert. I wasn't even looking for it I was just pulling up for gas, so it was quite a surprise to find it in the same carpark ...
Today we passed the 3,000 mile mark on the trip to our new home. Along the 300+ mile trip we were surrounded by desert and mountins all the way to Palm Desert, CA. While stopping at a rest stop in California we came across a museum dedicated to Gen George Patton of WW II fame along with a collection of tanks. ...