Time to get back to going through the backlog of 2015 photos. In February ‘15 I had a blast in Palm Springs—first time in California outside of San Fran. Here’s how it went.
Palm Springs breathes mid-century modernist architecture. From Lautner to Wexler, sharp lines of buildings divide the desert and the skies.
If there’s an abundance of anything in Palm Springs it’s either wealth, gravel or vintage cars. If you’re interested in the latter, well, you’re in for a treat.
We’ve stayed at what seems to be the only rightly hip hotel in Palm Springs—The Ace. They definitely guarantee an inappropriate amount of vodka slushies by the pool or accidental wins in drunken bingo.
Despite the obvious path of visiting the Joshua Tree Park (more about it in my previous Exposure story), it was worth taking the Aerial Tramway (largest rotating aerial!). From the bottom of the Coachella Valley up to almost San Jacinto Peak it offers breathtaking views and opportunities to do some proper hiking.