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El Paseo Dr

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June 9, 2016
A variety of shops, clothing stores, jewelry stores, art galleries, restaurant and coffee shops, fun to just stroll along the walk. Check out the Art sculptures displaced along the center divider of the road... they are for sale.
June 11, 2016
You have to see it to believe it.
June 16, 2016
A miniture Rodeo Drive that some consider the 3rd or 4th best shopping area in the US. Like Madison and Fifth Avenues in NYC. Great restaurants and diamonds galore!
Team Lisa
Team Lisa
July 5, 2016
High End Shopping like louis vuitton, Gucci
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Michael De Rooij /
June 22, 2016
High end stores, easy to spend a million bucks.

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Shopping Mall
“A great mall area to be able to walk around or go eat and watch a movie. It has great food places and cute stores. ”
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“ Very quick and easy hike on the right-hand side of the trail. Once you get to the top you will see a beautiful view of the entire valley. ”
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“Habitats and Attractions are abundant here! Did you even know we had a living desert zoo? Kids love it! Here's what to expect: Daily Keeper Chats: meet animal care team and learn more about The Living Desert’s animal residents Eagle Canyon: features Mexican wolves, mountain lions, peccary, bobcats, reptiles and more Village WaTuTu: features Amur leopard, camels, addax, and petting kraal African Savannah: encounter giraffe, greater kudu, ostrich and guinea fowl at this signature habitat Tennity Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center: get an inside look at how the zoo staff care for the animals. Nature and Hiking Trails: Discover the beauty of the Colorado Desert on the nature and hiking trails. Trails are open Open October 1 – May 31. Giraffe Feeding Experience: For an additional fee, go nose-to-nose with the world’s tallest animal. Onsite Dining: Coyote Cafe, Thorn Tree Grill, Churro Factory, and Safari Soft Serve Amenities: Picnic areas, water stations, stroller and wheelchair rental, park shuttle, Apparel Gift Shop, and free parking What to Wear: Sturdy shoes, hats, sunglasses, and weather-appropriate clothing Hours of Operation: June 1 – Sept 30: 8am to 1:30pm with last admission at 1pm. Oct 1- May 31: 8am to 5pm with last admission at 4pm. The Living Desert is closed December 25.”
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Point of Interest
“Sweeping views of the Coachella Valley can be found for free with a short drive up Highway 74 to Vista Point. Here, at the edge of the San Bernardino National Forest, you’ll discover a new perspective on the Coachella Valley. Part way up the mountain is this large viewpoint with plenty of parking. Definitely plan on a stop here to take in the sights and snap a few photos. As you continue up the mountain, the road begins to unwind itself and you’ll start to notice a change in vegetation. Short gangly pinyon pine trees begin to emerge from out of the rocks, so as the highway unfurls through the small towns of Pinyon Pines and Pinyon Crest, you’ll see how these places got their names. Turn your trip to Vista Point into a scenic drive along Highway 74, also known as the Palms to Pines Highway. As you climb this winding mountain road, you’ll enjoy desert- and forest-inspired sights before reaching the charming mountain town of Idyllwild.”
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“Afternoon coffee or cocktail is what I do with fantastic lake views, beautiful lounge area and lush gardens. ”
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Palm Desert, CA 92260