The INN at Europa Village
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of The INN at Europa Village
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The INN at Europa Village Temecula
Travel Blogs from Temecula
... was actually taken care of for me.
I love knowing all the arrangements and plans and loved not knowing anything going on Survivor. Both ways suit me just fine.
So...... thanks to our good friends Kirk and Saskia , we were invited to join them on their boat "The Enterprise" to sail the coast on Croatia. We jumped on the opportunity as the coast of is on ...
... take a group of visitors back into their machine shop and talk about how they make some of these intricate machines.
There are model steam engines, airplanes, guns, doll houses--it seems like everything!
This is part of the Joe Martin Foundation for Exceptional Craftsmanship.
3190 Lionshead Ave.
... past the Lego gaming buildings (where there are Lego Xbox games - I knew about these through my research, and also knew I'd never be able to drag the kids away if I let them in there). I knew there was a special Lego model around here somewhere close...
...and we find it! All 5,000,000+ bricks of it! A life size Lego X-Wing! Awesome. They let us know that when they brought it in they had to reinforce the concrete slab, as it started ...
... was no different (although by this stage all the boys apart from Ben had run out of cash - so he left the park sporting a "Woody" (the hero of Toy Story) stetson of which he is inordinately proud.
Once again we encountered the LA traffic on the way home, so dinner plans (late again) were restricted to a trip to Wendy's.
Big-ish drive tomorrow, returning the RV to the storage facility in Las Vegas. What could possibly go ...
The big boulder that created such great shade last night wasn't helping much this morning, as we had direct sunlight into the tent at 6:30. It gets hot quickly in a sun-strafed tent so we quickly eat breakfast and pack up and get on the road before 8 am. We left Joshua Tree headed south/west passing the usual dry, sandy and barren landscape.
We passed nearby the Salton Sea lake (again, hardly any trees, not what you would expect with a huge ...