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These are last minute deals for people who are able to travel with little notice. Weekly rates are between $400.00 and $650.00 a week including all tax and fees.
Space is limited and condos are on a first call/first book basis. 
Payment in full is required at time of booking. The reservations are
non-cancellable and non-refundable

 Oasis Villa Resort
Palm Springs, CA
2 bdrm, Sept 10...399.00

Palm Springs Tennis Club

Palm Springs, CA

 1 bdrm

 Oct. 9,16,23...550.00


Club de Soleil

Las Vegas, NV

 2 bdrm, Sept 17...450.00


Wyndham Avenue Plaza

New Orleans, LA

 Studio, Oct 14...595.00 


Tahoe Summit Village

Lake Tahoe, CA

 2 bdrm 

Oct 6,15,23...650.00


Dover House

Delray beach, FL

 1 bdrm 

Oct 8,15,22...550.00


Bahama Bay Resort

Orlando, FL

 2 bdrm, Sept 24...650.00 


Monte Vista Resort

Mesa, AZ

 2 bdrm,  

sept 16,23...550.00


Little Harbor Resort and Club

Ruskin(Tampa area), FL
 2 bdrm
Sept 3,10...600.00


Anglers Cove Condos

Marco Island, FL

 2 bdrm, Sept 17...575.00 



Holiday Villas III

Indian Shores, FL

 2 bdrm, Sept 17...599.00 


Collwood Condos

Madeira Beach, FL

 2 bdrm, Sept 3,10,17,24...600.00 

Sanibel Harbour Towers

Fort Myers, FL
2 bdrm, Sept 17...650.00


Sunset Vistas

Treasure Island, FL

 2 bdrm, Sept 30...599.00


Kahana Villa Vacation Club

Maui, HI

 2 bdrm, Sept 24...525.00


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Ed and Freyda

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Palm Springs Tram
Palm Springs has the Desert, Mountains and lots to do

Palm Springs, California is the ultimate desert playground for outdoor adventure,  

arts and culture,  gaming and entertainment. Whether you are planning a family

vacation, a  romantic retreat, or want a girlfriend's getaway


Nestled at the base of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains, the City of Palm Springs

is the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The village atmosphere has been preserved and embellished over the years. The streets, lined  

with palm trees, invite you to explore boutique shops, art galleries and museums  

while soaking up the sunshine or dining outdoors among stunning desert scenery.


Palm Springs offers a wealth of activities and events throughout the year. Soar to the top of Mount San Jacinto on the world famous Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, play a round  

of golf at Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort, or hike the ancient palm groves of the Indian Canyons. Tour celebrity and mid-century homes, attend fabulous theatre  

performances, or wind down with a poolside massage.In the evening, stroll the year

round Villagefest, then relax with a swim under the stars.


As early as the 1890's, Palm Springs and the surrounding area have been described as a recreation oasis. Tahquitz Canyon and three southern canyons are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Palm Canyon is considered the world's largest California Fan Palm Oasis.


The Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians remains actively involved with the City of

Palm Springs. In 1995, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians opened their first  

casino in a tent next to the Spa Resort Hotel in Palm Springs. Today, the Tribe has two hotels, two casinos, a golf resort, and entertainment venue.


No matter how deep your pockets, who doesn't love "free?!" If you want a bash  

without forking out cash, check out these free great ways to enjoy Palm Springs  

absolutely free.

TAKE A HIKE...See Southern California's most breathtaking scenery and tallest  

mountain ranges... The Coachella Valley Hiking Club, 345-6234: Desert Trails Hiking  

Club 760-340-2256

RIDE YOUR BIKE...Palm Springs has miles of well-marked and maintained trails.  

Pick up a map at the Leisure Center. 401 S. Pavilion Way.

VISIT VILLAGEFEST,,,Every Thursday night from 7-10 p.m. glamorous Palm  

Canyon Drive becomes an old fashioned street fair, musicians, food, arts and crafts vendors, and a Farmers Market. Between Amado and Baristo Roads.

HAVE A PICNIC...Ruth Hardy Park, Sunrise Park, and DeMuth Park offer pleasant,  

shady spots to picnic, complete with tables, barbecues, and playground equipment.

VILLAGE GALLERY WALK...You can spend the afternoon gallery hopping and  

enjoying fine art, sculptures, and unique boutiques on Palm Canyon Drive.

FUN IN THE SUN...Palm Springs has 350 days of sunshine every year. That just
may be the reason why everyone is in such a good mood.

TENNIS...Free court time is available at some of the city's best locations; DeMuth  

Park, Palm Springs High School, and Ruth Hardy Park.

NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE...At the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Information

Center in the Village Green downtown to get a glimpse into the lives of the ancient  

Cahuilla Indians.

EXPLORE AN OASIS...The 13,000 acre Coachella Valley Preserve has springs, dunes, mesas, hiking, and riding trails. Thousand Palms Oasis has a Visitors Center and  

picnic areas. Sunrise to sunset just 10 miles east of Palm Springs near Thousand  


MUSIC...Continually changing special events, musicians, and jam sessions at  

Peabody's Coffee Bar, Las Casuelas Terraza, Blue Coyote Grill, Sammy's at the  

Vineyard, Melvyn's Restaurant and the Village Pub.

VISIT THE  LIBRARY...Our award winning Palm Springs Public Library has free  

wireless internet access as well as computers to use in the library. Extensive DVD,  

audio book, and CD collections, international reference services, Video Conferencing services, assorted free Adult and Children's programming, and much more.

ART MUSEUM...Enjoy changing contemporary art, and excellent permanent Western art and Cahuilla basketry collection, a sculpture garden, gift shop, and restaurant. FREE admission Thursdays after 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and the second Sunday of every month.

WILDLIFE...The Big Morongo Wildlife Reserve and Covington Park is a noted wildlife sanctuary, with a picnic area and hiking trails. Wednesday - Sunday, 7:30 a.m. -  

sunset. North of Palm Springs in Morongo Valley.

CONCERTS...The City of Palm Springs Parks and Recreation Division features a  

Fall Concert Series, along with many other free activities throughout the yeaBring a

picnic supper and enjoy an  evening under the stars. Phone: 760-323-8272.


Here are some great places to stay while enjoying the Palm Springs area:
Club Trinidad

Desert Princess

Desert Breezes Resort 

Oasis Villa Resort

Palm Springs Villas

Palm Springs Tennis club

Vista Mirage 

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