Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Rancho Mirage
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 …
... home. The Internet over here isn't very reliable so hard to know if it will update or not. Drove through big bear beautiful place. Then lots of driving through the desert. Arrived to the big lights and people everywhere, slap bang in the middle of the ...
... sample. From Julian, we headed further east and further into the desert, through some amazing country, huge hills, canyons, steep roads and very dry and hot conditions. The hottest it got was 108, which is around 40, but it is a really dry heat, very deserving of some time in a cool pool. We went to Ruby's for dinner tonight and got a great bargain as kids eat free on Tuesdays! Tomorrow we are off to ...
... we left our packed bags for later and ventured to bayside promenade. We found it to be cooler than expected, so my first purchase was a very colorful hoodie. Bruce toughed it out in short sleeves and Bermudas. We meandered along the walk until we passed the Midway Aircraft Carrier, the monument to battle worn ships, the Statute of Unconditional Surrender and the tribute to Bob Hope and the Military. The Bob Hope Memorial ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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!!!
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