Desert Paradise Gay Men's Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Desert Paradise Gay Men's Resort Palm Springs
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Rich in history and blessed with gorgeous weather, Palm Springs is a preferred destination of holiday makers from all over the world. With seemingly endless sunshine, you can get a tee time at a local golf course (over 100 apparently), or consider a hike at Joshua Tree National Park. Food fans will love exploring restaurants in Palm Springs and the surrounding area. There’s also incredible shopping, from ...
... car this evening. Our game for this evening, was to name a country and the person next to you has to speak the accent, Heather is best at Australian Shakespeare, Ollie can be a Portuguese football manager, James is frankly useless at this game until he is allowed to be a Norfolk farmer, but Jess steals the show as an American, just ask her to say she wants a, "corn dog".......is scary. We have done a lot of driving today, but really enjoyed our stay in Vegas, at ...
... And so I walked to a court where 3 guys were congregating and introduced myself. The 3 were Nang, 'Ben-O' as he was called, and Michael. We traded rallies and began to play a set of tennis - Yea! I was up to serve first. And this really is where this story begins.
First serve, I put it long. Wound up for the second serve, hit the ball and....twang! pop!
Damn! I broke a string and on the only racquet I brought with me from home! Michael immediately ...
... one in Cape Town, with standing room only, and a revolving floor, so you get 360 degree views on the journey. The lonely planet guidebook and the website and leaflets all suggest it will be chilly at the top so we dutifully pack our jumpers. We are pretty dubious, but after being caught out in the snow in Hobart we obey. Turns out its about 30 degrees cooler than at the bottom. So 110 minus 30 leaves us with a balmy 80 degrees. ...
... by mountains and the air is so clear you can see all the colours in them. There's barely any traffic, it's peaceful and calm and we loved it so much we stayed there for 6 nights, the longest we have stayed anywhere in the USA. Our original plan after Vegas had been to go to zion and bryce canyon national parks but they were getting down to - 5 at night and we just haven't got the clothes for that kind of temperature so we headed for the sun of Palm Springs. ...