With a vast variety of sights, attractions, natural wonders and restaurants, planning a visit to Palm Springs can be overwhelming. We’ve taken the guesswork out of things with an easy itinerary that will get you out to the top sights in a day, two or longer.
Getting from Los Angeles to Palm Springs can’t always been convenient. Renting a car is the best option, but not everyone is keen to drive two hours in some of the worst and most intimidating traffic in the United States. Of course, you can fly or book a connection, but that’s not always inexpensive, and flight schedules can mean long waits. Now there’s a new way to get quickly and reliably from the LA-area to the Palm Springs/Coachella Valley region, and be able to relax along the way. It’s called Tesloop.
I love to golf while in Palm Springs. The gorgeous scenery, warm air and mountain views, plus almost unbelievably perfect weather make golf a great passtime while on vacation. This trip, we’d been invited to play Desert Horizons Country Club … Continued
Golf in the Canadian prairies is a fickle sport. You need to be prepared for rain, sleet, and yes even snow has fallen in summer. The season doesn’t last nearly long enough; but fortunately there’s a way to get golfing … Continued
I’ve been posting recently about some amazing homes in Palm Springs. While they’re spectacular, many of them are off limits to the public. Fortunately there are some equally stunning public buildings where you can enjoy modernist architecture up close without … Continued
A few weeks ago we took a look at some fabulous homes in Palm Springs that can be easily seen on a self-guided driving or cycling tour (click here to read). I enlisted the help of expert Robert Imber who … Continued
Palm Springs is an architecture lover’s dream. There are many beautiful and important homes that are amazing structurally, plus there’s plenty of houses owned by Hollywood celebrities scattered throughout the city too. They’re easy to see; you can take a … Continued