Article & Blog Archive for November 2016
Every year the holidays seem to sneak up quicker and quicker. For some, it instills a feeling of excitement for all the upcoming social events and family gatherings. For others, it may evoke feelings of dread for the stress that often accompanies this time of year. Why not make a great escape and let the
Let’s gather ‘round the table and wear our stretchiest of pants to prepare for turkey time! Thanksgiving Day is the official start of the holiday season, kicked off right with a meal that never ends. Because even after the turkey’s been gobbled down, we can’t forget about the leftovers (if we’re lucky to have any).
“And all at once, Summer collapsed into Fall.” -Oscar Wilde You guessed it! Fall has graced us with its presence, and it’s a beautiful thing! But, when you’re in the desert it may be hard to get into the Fall spirit. The trees don’t look the same, the weather feels different, and you’re on vacation.
Snowbirds flock to Palm Springs for good reason. We are fortunate to have an ideal climate that makes outdoor activity something that can be enjoyed essentially year-round. While our temperatures definitely soar in the summer, hiking in the fall and winter months is a prime time to hit the trails. For locals, snowbirds, and staycationers
Few do Pride Week better than Palm Springs. From November 1 – November 6, the Coachella Valley will be bursting at the seams with festival goers and fanfare. When you pair a vibrant LGBT community with a picturesque desert background, it’s no wonder Palm Springs Pride Week entices people from around the world to join