Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa
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Getting away from our busy life in LA. Three days and two nights was enough to unwind from it all... We started visiting the Living Desert Zoo. Ahhh the petting place was totally fun for Aimee, petting sheeps and goats. I enjoyed feeding the giraffes. Dave enjoyed hanging out with the warthogs :)) We had some light lunch at Subway and reached RLP …
Well, the night in the Comfort Inn, Escondido was uneventful to a point. Phil was still doing Laundry until midnight the night before and he didn't look at all out of place wondering the corridors in his PJ's carrying a bag of clothes. However he was up bright and early, trainers on and in the gym only to find that it was closed for refurbishment …
... the tribe's rangers, and we were lucky to be the only two hikers in the group.
William had lots to tell us about the stories his ancestors have handed down and about the plants we encountered along the way and their uses for food and medicine.
The brittlebush ...
... a room in Las Vegas are as big as not finding any in the RLD. First night we stayed at the Mirage and the next two nights at the Mandarin Oriental. What a crazy bunch of people you find here, fantastic to watch Americans go nuts. Gambling was great fun, we won at roulette, but then the croupier ripped us off in a moment of euphoria. Appreciatively the floor manager saw to it that we got paid out in the end. We lost it all ...
... everywhere are in poor condition - get rid of one cent pieces, every time you buy something you get more and more of these useless coins, although every wishing well throughout America is choc full of them! - change your $1 bills to coins, you look in your wallet and think you're rich, until you realize you have 20 $1 bills - convert to the decimal system, 1000 feet to the next exit and 2 1/4 miles to Anaheim seems ridiculous and how much ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa Rancho Mirage
We booked for three days and two nights at this resort because #1 they have Splashtopia for my Aimee and #2 they have a five star Spa for ME and #3 they have their own golf course inside the resort for my David. How cool is that?
The only time we went out of the hotel is when we checked out Monday.
Rancho Las Palmas planned a fun exciting Labor Day weekend for families too. They offered movie nights for the whole weekend and those popcorns were tasty!!!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.