Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

If you love the outdoors, a trip to Palm Springs is a must. The city offers a desert oasis with a variety of activities. For instance, you can go hiking on the Bump and Grind Trail, a popular hike in the area. This hiking trail winds through a canyon and crosses several times over a creek. While you’re hiking, you can watch bighorn sheep scampering up the canyon walls.

The city is surrounded by mountains and was initially named Se-Khi by the Cahuilla Indians. The first public water source in Palm Springs was discovered by explorer Jose Maria Estudillo, who was then an army soldier. In 1876, the Agua Caliente Reservation was established. After this, the Southern Pacific Railroad was granted land in the area to build rail lines through the Sonoran Desert.

The city is home to several restaurants, but you should try out the Porterhouse Steakhouse, a locally-favored steakhouse located in Downtown Palm Springs. The restaurant offers prime Porterhouse steaks, which are served with butter, peppercorn sauce, or Bearnaise sauce. Other Prime options include Poupon Lobster Tail, King Crab Legs, and oven-roasted chicken breast.

Another popular attraction in Palm Springs is the Salton Sea, a shallow salt-filled lake south of the city. The area was once a popular resort, but as the lake recedes, it has changed drastically. The area is now a beautiful spot to watch the sun rise and set, and you can also visit Salvation Mountain and Anza-Borrega State Park.

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