The Desert Star
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Desert Star Palm Springs
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... retired people and as we are still in backpacker travelling mode, it was not really for us. We also love being by the sea, so leaving wonderful San Diego to go inland, did not help.
We had dinner at a swanky restaurant, walked the downtown boutiques, chilled by the pool and did a quick tour of celebrity alley but must confess looking at gated high fenced houses held our attention for under 5 minutes.
... I head out from Ruth Hardy immediately with a purpose: I can't play anymore with a tennis racquet that has a pouch in it like a lacrosse stick!
10 minutes drive later I arrive at Cathedral Canyon Tennis club in Cathedral City, a community next to Palm Springs. I ask the first person I see for 'David' and she directs me to a bespectacled man chortling with others. He has long salt-and-pepper hair under a baseball cap and is sporting a Babolat track ...
<b>01-17-2014 Mecca CA, The Mecca Beach Campground at Salton Sea</b> Sadly we left Huntington Beach, said goodbye to our friends and their family… what a wonderful visit, great friends - great CA beaches - great foods (grilled artichokes at Walt’s in Old Town Seal Beach are the best!) But alas, time to move on …not too far, just to San Clemente - San Mateo State Park. This is an interesting SP, 1.5 mi inland from the beach and ...
... one to walk around with. He is, of course, the leader, although he soon recruits Rich (and a stick) to help with the route. The girls must be the chasers (followers) and remain behind at all times. Oh, he has so much to learn!! The sticks come in useful for bashing logs, stones and bark to hear the different noises they make.
We pick the mile and a half desert view trail which is a loop and takes in five different ...
... the middle of the desert so was in the high 80s to 90s. Our days there were lazy and relaxing. We caught up on the films at the cinema we've been too busy to see lately. We saw Cloud Atlas (good), Alex Cross (not as good as the hype suggests but still watchable), 7 Psychopaths (so funny) and the Man With the Iron Fists (good). We hung out by the pool, which we had all to ourselves, probably because the water was pretty cold! There was a hot tub there as well so we ...