Vacation Due! Go to Palm Springs, California

Vacation Due! Go to Palm Springs, California

A relaxing massage in the Andreas Canyon

If you are like most Americans, the times seems to have accelerated these days and somehow one need to obtain an education at travelling for pleasure; or it just doesn’t make as much sense to work as hard today as it did twenty years ago. If that old inspiration isn’t coming from the usual sources… significant others, play, and work… before you see a physician or a psychiatrist take a vacation. Perhaps you just need to get away for some serious fun.

One place isn’t as good as another these days. While you’ve been grinding off your nose, your tastes and interests matured as did your waistline, but there is a place for your type – Palm Springs, California. Why Palm Springs? Well, given the economy and your refined but undiscovered new interests; there aren’t many destinations as qualified to cover all your bases with the amenities you always appreciated and the attractions you never considered before. So, the two important questions to be answered are;
• What to do in Palm Springs? &
• What are the best things to do in Palm Springs?

What to do in Palm Springs

Two hours by highway is far enough away from the hustle of Los Angeles to let you let your hair down easily while picking a golf course, a hiking path in a desert canyon, or a pro staffed tennis court to kickoff your renewal of spirit. There’s a modern airport with non-stop flights to most major cities, so you don’t waist a minute getting to the fun. Use the Internet to acquire the official visitor’s guides for every type of tourist – downloadable from the URL http://visitpalmsprings.com/visitorsguide. Just a few clicks and you will know where to stay, who to ask for directions, when the festivals began, and what to do in Palms Spring.

What are the Best Things to do in Palm Springs

Tourists visiting Mt. San Jacinto Park

Here’s your educational tidbit for the day. Knowing when to go is a matter of getting the inside info on the natives’ seasonal activities. With regards to Palms Springs, the natives are always restless for fun. Try the Chamber of Commerce to see what’s happening now and historically. There’s no point in planning a trip to heaven if there’s nothing happening there, unless that is what you are looking for. http://pschamber.org “Best” is at best a subjective term and the PS/COC provides a flyer for you to download on half a dozen current events to add to your agenda.

While you are at it take a look at the municipal visitors guide. Why? Well there’s no better way to tell if there is some civic pride in the community than to see what the people responsible for police, fire and emergency services do for fun and share with the people who pay their salaries. http://www.palmsprings-ca.gov Palms Springs has got the pride and the dignity to deal with today’s special couples’ privacy, intimacy and self-indulgences; respectfully with style and classic good taste.

The very best things to do in Palm Springs are to patronize and dine at one the nation’s best restaurants, Le Vallauris. http://www.levallauris.com The cuisine is classic French Mediterranean served on a patio under giant desert palms with a panache that excites the things you been lacking lately. Bring a friend or a lover and do some grown up fun in a place where all those gracious things have been considered and provided just for you and yours.

Photos courtesy City of Palm Springs
http://www.palmspringsca.gov
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About Le Vallauris Restaurant

Le Vallauris restaurant is open 7 days a week from 11.30 to 2.30 and from 5.00 to 10.30 385 W Tahquitz Canyon Way - PALM SPRINGS - CA 92262 TEL (760) 325 5059 Le Vallauris restaurant in Palm Springs features Mediterranean French California cuisine.
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