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Palm Springs

Welcome to Palm Springs California! Palm Springs is located in the Southern deserts of California. The city is surrounded by mountains, giving some relief from the heat. Situated only two hours from Los Angeles, Palm Springs has become a premiere tourist destination as there are so many things to do in the scenic town.

The Living Desert, located east of the city, is a biological preserve that consists of more than 1,000 acres that includes 450 animals from various species. Some animals that are highlighted include wolves, eagles and bighorn sheep, which are seen locally. There is also an African section that includes zebras and cheetahs. The attraction is open daily; however, if the summer heat gets too intense, it might close some afternoons during the summer.

The museums dedicated to the Military are two museums in Palm Springs specifically devoted to our nation's military, with the main emphasis being on World War II. The Palm Springs Air Museum is home to fully functional aircraft showcased in impressive hangers. World War II pilots give lectures on scheduled weekends, and flight exhibitions also take place on various weekends throughout the year. The General Patton Memorial Museum is situated east of Palm Springs. This museum is dedicated to all military veterans who fought in combat. Exhibits consist of a genuine Sherman tank, various movies and a Vietnam veteran's wall. With the exception of holidays, both museums are open daily.

It can get hot in Palm Springs, so tourists can cool off in the fun and exciting water park called Knott's Soak City. There are wave pools, waterslides and rapids that will be sure to thrill guests. Inside the park, there is a five-story fort specifically designed for small children. The park is open daily throughout the summer and on weekends during the winter.

On the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, visitors can ascend more than 8,000 feet up the mountain. It is a breath taking ride, as there are gorgeous flowers, pine trees covered in snow and awe-inspiring views. Temperatures could change up to 40 degrees from the bottom to the top of the summit. Cars leave approximately every 30 minutes.

Tourists can visit spectacular canyons located on Agua Caliente tribal land. Each canyon is fascinating, as they consist of beautiful palm trees, as well as brilliant rocks and flowing streams. Palm Springs is a destination that will provide you with a vacation to remember.

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Ascend 2 1/2 miles to Mt. San Jacinto State Park, a pristine wilderness of 14,000 acres, aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The construction of the tram has been labeled the "eighth wonder of the world.'' What a View!
The Living Desert in Palm Springs is a zoo and botanical garden spread over 250 acres. Giraffes, mountain lions, wolves and cheetahs are just a few of the incredible animals that take you from Africa to North America. You'll see remarkable plants, animals, places and natural wonders.
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