Triangle Inn Palm Springs

Address: 555 E San Lorenzo Rd, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92264, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Taquitz Canyon River Estates area of Palm Springs, is near VillageFest, Indian Canyons, Five Star Adventures, and Estrella Spa at Viceroy Palm Springs.
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      Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

      A somewhat lazy day at home

      A travel blog entry by winter2014dilar on Dec 10, 2014

      ... faulty Cisco box that gives us HD TV, and chatted with Time Warner by phone getting that all reset and working.
      We had decorated for Christmas already, modestly, and then I cleaned up the patio with the shop vac, vacuumed out the barrel upholstered chairs that live outside all winter, very dusty, and as a reward we went up to the pool and chatted with Reg ...

      Yoga and golf

      A travel blog entry by ginandtim on Feb 26, 2014

      2 photos

      ... ever able to keep up! I saw her holding a move which even I could not do! Brilliant, love!

      After yoga we walked right next door to the Palm Springs Farmers market with pat and LInds. Afterward we headed home to pick up Warwick for a golf game Warwick had organized for us at Cimarron Golf Resort. We all had a great time. The lads kindly gave me a ...

      Day 68 - Palm Springs - California (USA)

      A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jun 05, 2013

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... without the jumpers!!

      The top is stunning, a forested area with huge pine trees set against the bright blue sky, making us excited to see other National Parks on our travels. Today is Taya's first outing in the big rucksack that we usually use for Dylan, mainly for airports and long walks. She loves her new elevated position and her latest game of pulling mummy's hair.

      Dylan loves all the sticks, and has ...

      Joshua Tree National Park

      A travel blog entry by jeffwill on Jan 06, 2013

      4 photos

      ... dominant geologic features of this landscape are hills of bare rock, usually broken up into loose boulders. The flatland between these hills is sparsely forested with Joshua trees which makes the landscape look like another planet. We climb up and down rocks into some small canyons and gullies. It was a great day. Thanks to Mike and Carol for ...

      We love Palm Springs

      A travel blog entry by dullicksontour on Nov 01, 2012

      4 photos

      ... are named after those who used to visit like Frank Sinatra Drive, Gerald Ford St, Bob Hope Drive, Ginger Rogers St. Whilst in Palm Springs super storm Sandy took over all the TV channels. We saw the evacuation orders announced and then the live coverage of the storm hitting. It's scary how vicious it was, makes you realise how lucky we are for the weather we have at home. The broken crane hanging over midtown apartment buildings was like a scene from a movie not real ...