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

    More hummingbirds and Faith.

    A travel blog entry by samandken on Jan 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... away not long after the trip. But it was lovely to be able to spend some time with Faith. We met Faith and Lillian's niece and husband and their daughter, plus Brian , Lillian's foster son., at the big travelling statue of Marilyn Monroe We went on to a little museum of Palm Springs, which was really interesting. Back to Marilyn for a photo shoot of Ken. Then we went for a hike around Indian canyon. It was fantastic, massive rock collections with a beautiful little ...

    Climbing the Dunes

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 02, 2013

    41 photos

    ... Also, Beth slipped and fell a ways down the canyon. I am so thankful I didn’t know any of this yesterday; otherwise I’m sure I would have been certain I was going to die.

    We finished exploring the small, pretty canyon and met up with Matt again. It was time to go to the buffet. I had a fantastic pasta salad, a fruit salad, some iffy lamb stroganoff, rice, and some incredible desserts including passion fruit tart and a chocolaty bar of some ...

    Coachella and San Diego with S & M

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Apr 10, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... are mostly covered from viewing by these amazing hedges but you can still get a few glimpses in and they are massive and amazingly kept properties. We were all starting to get a bit hungry and Kev had previously mentioned his love of 'panda express' (an Asian food chain that is only available on the west coast). So we searched for that on the iPhone. Erin was directing and Steve was driving. This proved funny when the iPhone not once but twice told us there was a ...

    It's not, in fact, a cactus

    A travel blog entry by allenfam on Oct 01, 2012

    10 photos

    ... a look. Borax Museum visited: check. Then it was time to hit the road en route to Palm Springs. I took the wheel as we headed south out of Death Valley and negotiated our way through the quaint little out-of-the-way (read middle-of-nowhere) desert towns of Armargosa and Shoshone, with their crumbling abandoned motels and rusting gas stations. We stopped on the side of Highway 127 when we spotted the Dumont Dunes in the distance: massive sand ...

    Relaxation, reflection and missing the Camino

    A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Jul 15, 2012

    ... and I felt her presence with me throughout my Camino journey.  In St. Jean Pied de Port, I met Holly, Adam and Graham and they helped me get through the misty and cold Pyrenees as I began my trek. Holly's kindness and the kindness of other pilgrims I met along the way is what kept me going, it is the spirit and energy of the Camino that is embedded in the earth that is truly powerful.  As the days went on, I became physically, ...