Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn

412 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, California, 92262, United States
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by cally22

I'll be flying into Palm Springs on the 25th Nov for a break prior to the start of the Anthony Robbins seminar and wanted to know whether I would need a car to get around to see all the sites. Also any suggestions on where to visit, eat, etc and modes of travel would be greatly appreciated?

Many thanks

RE: cally22

by YVRDave

A car would be beneficial in Palm Springs and the rest of the valley. I recommend getting one

RE: cally22

by zuriga

Yes, you should definitely rent a car. If you have the time, ride down to the La Quinta resort for a meal. It's a beautiful place and has a terrific Mexican (not Tex-Mex) restaurant.

RE: cally22

by ltt

a car would be recommended if you want to tour around the area but if you are staying around central palm springs for only a day or two and just need to get to restaurants, walk through some neighborhoods, etc, you can do it without a car.

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by cally22

Many thanks for the tip

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by cally22

Many thanks

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by zuriga

Glad to help. That area of California is a bit deserty but also very pretty. The weather should be fantastic this time of year. I even know where Pinner is. :-)

RE: cally22

by LuckyVirgo13

A car is definitely beneficial as Palm Springs doesn't have much by way of public transporation (although there are some bus lines around town). The aerial tram is supposedly fantastic (although I have never personally been). About 30 minutes west (a straight shot down the 10 freeway) is the Desert Premium Outlet Mall in Cabazon. Cabazon also boasts a nice casino...and there are some other casinos in and around Palm Springs as well (Spa Casino, Agua Caliente to name a few). El Paseo is a neat little street off Highway 111, to the south, in Palm Desert...with tons of restaurants and eclectic shops. The main strip in Palm Springs is fun as well and also has tons of restaurants and shops. There is a mall on Highway 111 in Palm Desert and you will find terrific bargains all through the weekend.

Travel Tips for Palm Springs

I mentioned hiking up above...

by MooreTravels

I mentioned hiking up above and wanted to share some of those pictures. This was taken at the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation. They have about 7 different hikes available and this was the beginning of a very short hike up Andreas Canyon.

A must see, the 'Palm Springs...

by priscillaqod

A must see, the 'Palm Springs Follies'a vaudeville show that is spectacular. The Follies has recaputred the magic of old PS, the cast is made up of 50 and older citizens. It is truly amazing show. I used to sell tickets for this show, and it is incredible.

Pomme Frite

by Erin74 about Pomme Frite

Pomme Frite serves French and Belgian food and is conveniently located right on South Palm Canyon Drive. It features both indoor and outdoor seating with elegant, contemporary decor. Some of the notable dishes at Pomme Frite include:

Braised Coq a Vin
Skinless Half Chicken in Burgundy Sauce with Bacon and Mushrooms

California Bouillabaise
Salmon, Cod Fish, Shrimp, Scallops & Mussels in Saffron Broth served with Rouille Croutons and Saffron Rice

You can also order liver & onions or steamed mussels served with French fries. And for dessert.... Creme Brulee, of course!

Bit of Country

by MooreTravels about Bit of Country

Breakfast for under $6.00 and really good too! They have what I call comfort foods...Bacon and Eggs, Hot turkey sandwiches...you know the fattening stuff!

Specialties: Omelettes, biscuits and gravy. Chicken and Dumplings

Desert Hiking

by Tenzin

Visit Joshua Tree National Park and enjoy the spectacular rock formations weathered over eons by the harsh climate. There's even one that looks chillingly like a skull serving as a good reminder on the fragility of human life in such an inhospitable environment.

Bring plenty of water say a pint per person. Drive in a group or join a tour. Stay on the path. Or better still, stay in the shade. You'[ll be surprised how much cooler it is under the shade. In fact we saw whole families having a picnic right under one!


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 Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn

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Address: 412 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, California, 92262, United States