Palm Springs Limo
Is a weekend getaway something you need? Then look no further than Palm Springs; Palm Springs is a resort city that has a wealth of both indoor and outdoor activities. The beautiful city is an oasis in the Californian desert. There are soothing natural sparking pools for your aching backs, great hiking, great theatre, and beautiful mid-century architecture to admire. Palm Springs is also very popular among the naturist communities as well as the gay community.
You can go to Palm Springs by air (to the Palm Springs International Airport) or by Paramount Limousine’s wonderfully luxurious limousines (as well as other vehicles). Speaking of the air, Palm Springs has amazing aerial adventures! There are biplanes, helicopters, aerial tramways, and hot air balloons to view the beautiful landscape. Palm Springs’ Aerial Tramway is something every traveler must do at least once. It is a great night time activity because the lights are breath taking. If you are looking for a creative way to propose, hot air balloon companies have special wedding proposal ideas and romantic couple only rides just for you and your sweetie.
History buffs rejoice! The oldest building in Palm Springs is the McCallum Adobe. It is also a museum, and was the first pioneer home there, and next door is Miss Cornelia White’s “Little House”. The “Little House” is built from old railway ties and furnished with donated antiques. If you’d like to see a historical performance, go to The Historic Plaza Theatre. It features energetic and talented seniors singing and dancing. For the avian, the Palm Springs Air Museum is a jewel; it is home to one of the largest collections of WWII airplanes, and the extensive displays are complemented with free documentaries in the Buddy Rodgers Theatre. Palm Springs was also home to the Cahuilla Indians, and the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum is truly an enriching experience. If art is more your forte, then visit the Palm Springs Art Museum.
If Nature is your calling, go to the Indian Canyons; they are sacred Native sites that are now open to the public and are otherwise known as the Tahquitz Canyon, Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon, and the Murray Canyon. The entrance of Tahquitz Canyon is called Kak wa wit (Mouth of the Canyon) named over 3000 years ago. A great hike is to Tahquitz Falls, and the Native peoples believe that it was greatly healing for those who were tired or sick. Palm Springs is also home to the Joshua Tree National Park. Some events you can attend are the wildflower viewings in the spring that begin with the Joshua trees blooming in February with more blooming following in March; the cacti bloom in April or May. Spring is also very popular among bird watchers, for the spring here brings an influx of migratory birds.