Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

In the 1930s, Hollywood stars sought out the desert city to avoid the paparazzi. Living under a perpetual veil of surveillance, a Hollywood star’s extramarital affair or homosexuality could land her in the rags. And those gossip columnists, with their unending readership of millions, wielded immense power. Thus, Palm Springs quickly became a haven for Hollywood’s elite. However, this anonymity didn’t last. It was only a matter of time before Hollywood stars began flocking to this desert city.

Early settlers tended to name the region after their families. The Cahuilla tribe, which inhabited the area for more than 2,000 years, established a settlement in Palm Springs. Its name comes from the McCallum family. In 1862, Jack Summers founded a stagecoach station on Bradshaw Trail, but the arrival of the Southern Pacific railroad isolated the station. During the early 1770s, Don Juan Bautista de Anza travelled through the desert to the region south of Palm Springs.

Lulu California Bistro: This eatery is a unique blend of expertise and passion. The food here is affordable, but still of excellent quality. Fresh ingredients are used and the chefs use creative methods. Founded by brothers Ruben and Ozzy, the restaurant first opened its doors in Palm Springs in 2012. Their menu features a variety of seafood dishes, from oyster shooters to shrimp buckets to clam chowder and capechanas. Surf and turf dishes are also available. The restaurant also features a sports bar, with live music nightly. The patio overlooks the city’s palm canyon.

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