The Desert Star
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Annual visit to Palm Desert, CA. Our 8th or 9th trip. The last 3 have been two week trips. After a 2 1/2 hour ride we arrived at Shadow Ridge for our two week stay. We were given our first choice of accommodations. Top floor building 2700 with a view of the 16th hole. We ate dinner at SiBon's a favorite restaurant we discovered last year. Belgium with a California twist. I had Stuffed Filet of Sole and David had Veinitzel They were both excellent as ...
... stopping at Ralph's for some sandwiches for our lunch, this is a very once supermarket, and the shopping centre in Indian Wells does look like some where straight out of the all American magazine, very nice and clean. The drive takes 80 minutes and takes us out past Palm Springs, then up over the hills towards 29 Palms where we find the entrance to the park. It's really hot, easily 100 degrees and once through the visitor centre we drive on into the park. ...
... morning and we have just come back from breakfast included in the price of our motel, It's bright and sunny and we are going out to explore Palm Springs and check out where our condo is in Mesquite Golf and Country Club,
Hope you are all well and not missing us too much!
Nancy and ...
... 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 ...
... leaving heaps of boulders scattered across the land. Areas of ocotillo patches and cholla cactus gardens, along with Joshua Trees make for stunning landscapes.
Natural springs formed oases that lured Natives such as the Mojave, Chemuhuevi and Cahuilla, and later ranchers to the area. Keys Ranch was one of the only successful homesteads and visitors can still see how life was back in the early 1900s. ...