Warm Sands Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
... follow several roads around, but the main part is up quite high, past 3,000 feet and you come across this plateau with these amazing Yucca trees, huge boulders which have been eroded out of the ground. We do a walk before lunch around a huge pile of rocks which are in the shape of a face, it's very hot though and I must admit, we are a bit nervous by snakes as it's prime time for them at the moment. We then drive on to the turn off where there is a climb up ...
... phone and nice boy at a AT@T store helped us out. Eventually we got on our way into Joshua TRee.
Well we can see why Sally and Simon love it so much. the trees are so exquisite. the further we got into the park the bigger they were and so many. lots of different types of cactus and of course our hummingbird. We drove up to the San Andreas fault was windy as, nearly blew us off the path. Ken was suitably impressed, ...
Last night was definitely my **********e away from home… Not so much homesick but just wanting to be comforted. I was warned when prescribed my malaria pills that 25% of people suffer from severe nightmares as a side effect. I thought I was in the 75% majority as up until last night I had only had vivid good dreams, and not night terrors. I woke up sobbing around 4:30 in the morning. I had no idea why right away… I'm sure it’s not uncommon for people to ...
... there was a possibility of dust storms.We also experienced our second instance of trying to dodge tumbleweeds.
You can imagine our disappointment when Desert Centre, California turned out to be a ghost town and we needed gas. Nonetheless there was a Chevron station 23 miles down the road at Chiriaco Summit. Thank goodness!
We pulled into the Palm Springs area in time for a late lunch and ...
... water, then pushed to the surface by tectonic forces, up and out of the ground. The kids had a great time scrambling on the rocks; 3. Part of the San Andreas Fault lies in the Coachella Valley between Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs. We saw it. Cool; 4. Once upon a time you could see to Mexico from Keys View, a lookout in Joshua Tree National Park, but pollution haze drifting up the Coachella Valley from LA means that now, on a "clear" ...