Palm Canyon Inn

1450 South Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, California, 92264, United States
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gay solo traveler coming to Palm Springs on September 28th

by nycdig

Hi, everyone. Will be in Palm Springs for the first time on September 28th. Any advice on good places to eat or nightlife suggestions for a solo gay traveler who will be in town for a straight wedding? Thanks!

RE: gay solo traveler coming to Palm Springs on September 28th

by LubaLorine

Well I don't know of any particularly "gay" locales to recommend, however you will find all kinds of excellent nightlife in downtown. Lots of clubs & restaurants. Check with the Palm Springs tourist bureau website at www.palmsprings.com If memory serves, I believe they have a "Gay Guide" youcan link to. In fact, I just checked it and it is there. Has all the info you'll need.

have fun!! LL

RE: gay solo traveler coming to Palm Springs on September 28th

by nyc10025

Look at this link. May help a bit.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6538f/b8446/

Travel Tips for Palm Springs

Take a hike in the...

by MooreTravels

Take a hike in the canyons....you will round a corner and in the middle of nothing will be palm trees and in the winter typically a river stream...soothing and beautiful. Actually the best part of Palm Springs is the mountain ranges. They are awesome at sun up and breathtaking at sundown. All day long the view changes. Sometimes you see the numerous ranges and at other times it looks like it is just one huge mountain. Spend time sitting at a quiet spot to contemplate life while enjoying the view.

Tramway Gas Station Historical Marker

by Yaqui

Located at the Official Visitor Center at the entrance of the Aerial Tramway.

Tramway Gas Station
Built in 1965

Designed by
Albert Frey and Robson Chambers

Conceived by developer Culver Nicholas as
An entry statement to Palm Springs, the roof
Is a hyperbolic paraboloid of steel I-beams and corrugated metal roofing supported by steel tubular pillars. Albert Frey was consulted in its’ 1998-1999 adaptive reuse as a sculpture gallery.

Historic Site Preservation Board #33

1 Tramway Road, Palm Springs, Ca 92262

Las Casuelas Terraza - A Fun Atmosphere!

by bruingirl about Las Casuelas Terraza

A fun place with a definite party ambience. If you don't make reservations, expect a loooong wait! They are always totally packed! They have a huge bar area and patio dining! Typical Mexican fare ranging from cheese enchiladas to nachos to chimichangas. People come here more for the atmosphere than the food itself.

Sugar Loaf Cafe

by MooreTravels about Sugar Loaf Cafe

Good prices, not the cleanest place I have ever been to but the service is friendly and good and the food is great. We sat out on the patio and they allowed us to have our dog out there..... Tuna Wrap for lunch but they have GREAT Breakfasts.

Are you up for a physical challenge??

by bruingirl

If you like challenging hikes, Palm Springs has the most challenging day hike I have EVER done! Jutting out next to the city of Palm Springs are the San Jacinto Mountains. If you have ever taken the Palm Springs tram, it takes you to the top of the mountains to an area called Long Valley, at an elevation of 8500'. This was our final destination. This hike took us about 7.5hrs with a lunch break and a couple of smaller snack breaks. It was sooooo beautiful! Not only was the view of the entire valley just amazing, but the topography of the mountain itself was just fascinating! We started off in desert terrain - dusty and littered with a variety of insects, spiders, lizards, and cacti. After several hrs, we found ourselves in chaparral terrain with manzanita trees, brushes alive with variegated flowers, and red rocks. Then, we found ourselves amongst tall pine trees, granite stones, bluebirds, and snow! It was truly a wonderful experience! Please see my travelogue for more details. Also, please, if you are going to tackle this, have about 100oz. of water per person and plenty of energizing foods or bars. Please see my travelogue for more pictures and information on this hike! :)

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Address: 1450 South Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, California, 92264, United States