Casa Ocotillo

240 East Ocotillo, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92264, United States | Villa
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This villa, located in the Taquitz Canyon River Estates area of Palm Springs, is near VillageFest, Indian Canyons, Moorten Botanical Garden, and Five Star Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

    California, here I go

    A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 09, 2014

    14 photos

    ... among them. The park also has a variety of wildlife including bighorn sheep, coyotes, tortoises and roadrunners ( beep,beep). But all I saw was a jackrabbit. Maybe they were all busy getting irradiated over in the closed-off areas. I must give kudos to California. If you stay away from the cities and people, the state has many fine parks and some great scenery. And no natural disasters befell me. ...

    Combined two days 28th and 29 th Jan

    A travel blog entry by j_ncourtenay on Jan 28, 2014

    6 comments

    Sorry Folks,
    I should have written my blog every day, so now I forget exactly what we did and when! Anyhow we went to see a cultural museum in Palm Springs called the Agua Caliente featuring the artifacts, jewellry, music and photos of the indigenous Cahuilla Indians -very interesting. The lady in the museum asked me where we came from before Vancouver Island. When I said ...

    Coachella and San Diego with S & M

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Apr 10, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... to be none in the area...so he didn't worry about it. Erm sir, that doesn't change the fact that we still need a taxi! So we went out the front and hailed a taxi. We tried to gesture to the driver that we were in a hurry. Normally Mexicans are very sleepy, lethargic and relaxed individuals but boy did this driver 'step on it'. We were at the bus stop within about a few minutes. If there's one thing Mexicans understand its 'quickly'. Because of our helpful taxi driver ...

    Palm Springs Weekend

    A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Oct 13, 2012

    13 photos

    ... dairy version we have back home. Just when I was wondering what to do with the drink I didn't want, I saw a homeless man at the exit with a sign asking for food and drink. I rolled down the window and gave him my drink which made him very happy. What luck for both of us!

    That evening we walked around the city again enjoying the atmosphere, and also all the spritzers which the restaurants have outside for cooling down passers-by. We went for a drink at Street Bar, which is just ...

    Mountains high, deserts low. All awesome.

    A travel blog entry by matthew-harvey on May 30, 2011

    55 photos

    ... ground. Walking slightly off the path results in a great crunchy feel as dry bark, wood and pine cones crumble under foot. It's like walking on dry autumn leaves but turned up to 11.

    Later in the year, most of the streams will dry up completely. Currently though, the streams are full and there are patches of snow still around. It was 10C at the top of the mountain and about 30C at the bottom in the desert. We brought warm clothes with us but ...