La Quinta Old Town Villas

Address: 50777 Santa Rosa Plaza Rd #3, La Quinta, California, 92253, United States | Villa
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This villa, located on 50777 Santa Rosa Plaza Rd #3, La Quinta, is near SilverRock Resort, La Quinta Mountain Course, La Quinta-Dunes Course, and Spa La Quinta.
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      Palm Trees & Sunshine!

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... home for a delicious steak & chicken BBQ with all the trimmings...a very memorable evening!

      We always wonder where the time goes while we are 'chill-axing' at Lake Cahuilla, but sadly, our time here is finished and we head out tomorrow. What a great way to kick-start the holiday!

      Tracy & Doug ...

      Sean from Africa

      A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... their insurance. They wanted $15 a day. Almost doubling our car hire. We were offered a discount to $11 a day and had no real choice but to accept.

      We were introduced to our car outside. It is totally white so we instantly named it "Caballo Blanco" or White Horse.

      1. Because it is a connection to our Spanish in South America


      2. Because i am reading a book about "caballo ...

      Joshing in J Tree

      A travel blog entry by danandsarah84 on May 22, 2013

      30 photos

      ... with pins stuck in it from all the visitors they've had. It was surprising to see how much coverage this had - Europe was completely covered and even the remotest islands had pins on them. Even more to our surprise is that the woman at the counter told us that this had been filled from only the last two years. "People tell me I should get a bigger one", she told us.

      Joshua Tree bouldering is stiff. Really stiff. It's also crypic, spread out, ...

      Where the streets have no names....

      A travel blog entry by kyle_and_sally on Jul 19, 2012

      16 photos

      ... mystical about the Joshua Trees all lined up in the quiet of the desert, while the sun sets behind the huge boulders.

      We saw Barker Dam, used in the 1850s when cattle grazed up here. There was also some Native America petroglyphs.

      We drove to Keys View. From there it is possible to see across the Coachella Valley, and to see the San Andreas fault line, which causes the earthquakes in California. The plates move an inch every year. Upon returning to our ...

      Been through the desert

      A travel blog entry by katewest on May 08, 2011

      10 photos

      ... American approach to merging seems to be that once you’ve put your indicator on, everyone’s had fair warning and then you are free to exercise your right to pull right on out into the lane. No need to fuss about matching speeds; anyone going at a different speed just has to deal with it. Since California is criss-crossed by a network of mega highways, it feels like every couple of kilometres there’s a stream of cars suddenly ...