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  • French Tourists are loving Palms Springs
  • French Tourists are loving Palms Springs
    Carlos Pacheco (2015) ©
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French Tourists are loving Palms Springs

People from France are increasingly travelling to the US to spend their holidays in Palm Springs. There’s no shortage of French restaurants – and now, hotels – in the desert getaway to make the French feel right at home. But is it really worth the long flight to Southern California?

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