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Apr 8, 2014
Despite what you may think, there are still many things to see and do in a desert region. Palm Springs, this popular resort city is located in the desert region of Southern California, and is buzzing with activity, offering entertainment and relaxation for rental bus visitors of all ages.
The climate at Palm Springs is arid with hot summers, while winter and spring offers a more enjoyable daytime temperature. So make sure you plan your charter bus travel to Palm Springs in California properly.
This is the largest rotating tramcar in the world where mini bus rental visitors can experience a spectacular journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon. This 10 minute ride starts at the Valley Station at elevation of 2,643 feet, ending the ride at Mountain Station at elevation 8,516 feet. This one-of-a-kind experience is a must-visit for all party bus visitors.
Coach bus visitors can also dine at the Peaks Restaurant located 8,500 feet above sea level. This awesome restaurant features a menu made from a variety of fresh vegetables and greens from the Coachella Valley, dry aged meats and poultry, along with fresh breads from local bakeries, not forgetting market fresh seafood and pastas.
Nicknamed as the “Camp David of the West”, Sunnylands features astounding architecture, design and art. The historic estate of Walter and Leonore Annenberg was designed by architect A. Quincy Jones in a midcentury modern style. Much of the architecture is exposed with Trellises, steel beams, and coffered ceilings featured around the estate.
Other parts of Sunnyland to take a look at are:
Other places to visit in Palm Springs:
Call 1-800-304-1993 or 619-595-4876 to hire a charter bus for a easy hassle-free trip to Palm Springs in California.