This episode of Palm Springs Week is a repeat of California’s Gold (804). Please click the link below to view the description for the episode. Mt. San Jacinto – California’s Gold (804)
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In this episode of Palm Springs Week, Huell Howser visits with the people of Palm Springs. Huell visits the Bit of Country restaurant, Builders Supply hardware store, Desert Car Wash, and Jensen’s market.
Huell Howser takes an adventurous trip with Desert Adventure Jeep Eco Tours off the beaten path of Palm Springs and explores the natural desert habitat that few think about when it comes to Palm Springs.
Join Huell Howser as he visits the Palm Springs Plaza and learns about its history and significance as the first self-contained shopping center in Southern California. Notable locations Huell Howser visits are Tyler’s restaurant and Desmond’s department store.
Huell Howser continues his tour of beautiful swimming pools in Palm Springs from previous episodes (Racquet Club and Ballantines). In this episode Huell visits a Spanish-style residential estate which holds the largest residential black bottom pool in the Coachella Valley. It was so big, it was registered as a lagoon. Huell Howser also learns about Continue Reading »
In this episode of Palm Springs Week, Huell Howser continues his tour of beautiful swimming pools (continued from “Racquet Club” episode). Huell visits the hotel and pools of Ballantines, a 1950’s themed hotel, and The Casa Cody Inn, the oldest continuous operating hotel since 1920.
Huell Howser, despite having laryngitis, doesn’t miss the opportunity to visit the beautiful and historic pools of Palm Desert and Palm Springs.
Join Huell Howser as he hikes up the beautiful, historic, and restored Tahquitz Canyon to the waterfall at the end of the trail. The canyon was closed to the public in 1969 due to its unsafe and poor condition. In this episode, Huell Howser gets the opportunity to view the restoration project before the grand Continue Reading »
Explore the natural, ancient and, sadly, endangered places in the desert.
Lydia Kremer of the Palm Springs Desert Museum takes Huell on a tour of the amazing home by architect Albert Frey. He also visits the Hacienda Hoover. Palm Springs Desert Museum (760) 325-7186