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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.
Whether for taking in the waters or taking in the sun, California beaches have long been a destination for vacationers and locals alike. That much hasn’t changed, but what has changed dramatically is what both men and women wear to the beach. Huell is joined by a Hollywood costume designer to find out how California Continue Reading »
California has many defining icons, but few sum it all up like swimming pools. In this episode Huell tours five historic pools which have all played an important part in our State’s history. Starting in L.A. at the pool at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel painted by famous artist David Hockney and the Olympic pool at Continue Reading »