Warm Sands Villas
Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
... br> Developed beginning in the 1980s, it is one of three major wind farms in California, along with those at Altamont and the Tehachapi passes.
... of traffic travelling well beyond our comfort level. The regular need for washroom stops, more cold water and even gas for our thirsty truck, force us to backtrack more than once before we make our way safely to the Coachella Valley and our new home in Palm Springs. Enjoy the photos (although not necessarily all taken on this route). More from PS in the next ...
... approximately 40 feet high. John managed to take a picture of it but people kept standing under it to have their picture taken. so we had to stand quite a while.
I shopped quite a bit - ask Laraine!! We invited Brian and Margaret over to our condo for dinner on Thursday and had a very enjoyable
time. John barbecued and it was good, We found that the restaurants were ...
... for the next two weeks.
The next morning the gang (Kev, Erin, S & M) picked up our blue ford escape hire car (which we named Benjamin) and set off for Palm Springs. The Coachella music and arts festival was once again being held there. Kev has wanted to go for a number of years and we were finally going to fulfil that dream. We made a few quick stops including lunch at Taco Bell (we had never tried it before, okay, but certainly not rushing back). We did ...
... a look. Borax Museum visited: check. Then it was time to hit the road en route to Palm Springs. I took the wheel as we headed south out of Death Valley and negotiated our way through the quaint little out-of-the-way (read middle-of-nowhere) desert towns of Armargosa and Shoshone, with their crumbling abandoned motels and rusting gas stations. We stopped on the side of Highway 127 when we spotted the Dumont Dunes in the distance: massive sand ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking