Canyon Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Canyon Club Hotel Palm Springs
Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
... 3½", last year they had ¾", year before 1½". In Palm Desert (a town) we picked up a step-on guide who was absolutely fantastic - she was an expert on their agriculture and geology. Morgan explained that we were now in the Coachella Valley or Basin (desert on top) but with a huge aquifer underneath which irrigates all their agriculture: table grapes, bel peppers, dates, nursery ...
... wait we got in within 5 minutes. We were pretty happy after our friends got stripped all their hard liquor. We accidentally bought glass bottles which aren't permitted so we hid them wrapped in sheets so they wouldn't tink and in a spot under then bed which is almost inaccessible. We hid spirits in our packs and board bags so no problems there. Cooking oil in a glass bottle got taken from us but no dramas! Unfortunately because we took so long to ...
... It wasn't until she also yelled 'SYBIL!' that that other person (MY Mom) responded to her. We did NOT plan on meeting up with them this early. My parents were going to be in Palm Springs with us to help celebrate our 50th. We were just so sure our actual rental swap time and their plane arrival time would not match up. But there you are!
'Only in America' as they say...and only on your trip would something like this ...
Up at sparrow **** to get the chauffeur driven service to the airport. Picked up at 5 am by Chrysler 300, nice change from a standard taxi. It is now part of QANTAS service if you are flying business class. Flight to Brissy uneventful however the QANTAS Club in Brissy is sadly lacking and not enough seats, food was good though. Once we boarded the plane sparkling wine was supplied prior to take off. After take off it was a few beers, then a few ...
... We did a rugged walk to Dead Vlei that is said to be millions of years old. From there, a group of 10 of us elected to try to "hike" up the highest sand dune in the world. "Big Daddy" would be a challenging terrain we were told-and challenging would be a kind word to describe the perilous hike. We were baking under 39C sunshine and the ever sliding sand terrain made it difficult to gain a strong and easy footing. We took ...