Love La Quinta...the Casitas, though newer than the 1926 cottages...are really homes...fully furnished down to pots and pans. We love staying there with our little puppy boy who enjoys all the walks and gardens as much. The history that flows still to this day is amazing, did you go to Sunnylands? Even if you cannot book tickets for the Main House, see the Visitor Center...AMAZING GARDENS AND BUILDING..interior by Michael Smith with new William Haines pieces...but is the gardens as viewed they the Pavilion...painterly in Vision!
Swan, I'm home now but I missed Sunnylands. I figured I'd save it for my next visit when I can see inside the house as well. It is booked MONTHS in advance!!!My casita WAS home -so comfortable!
Looks heavenly! Even though I'm native to the Northwest, I spent most of my life in California. And twenty years away from it now, I - so - miss the "Spanish" architecture, the dry heat, the sunny skies.... [sigh]
Stephilius -so lucky!!! So nice in the winter
Hi Stefan this sounds like such a haven, 41 swimming pools, and I love the pergola with climbing roses!Enjoy the long weekend!xoxoKarenaFeaturing "Inner Spaces"
It's so good to see a place like this renovated rather than "modernized!" It looks quite utopian.
Looks like truly heaven on earth. Palm Springs in is our plans for 2015 and I sure would love to stay at La Quinta. xo,Vera
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