The INN at Europa Village

Address: 33350 La Serena Way, Temecula, California, 92591, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 33350 La Serena Way, Temecula, is near Old Town Temecula, A Balloon or Biplane Adventure by California Dreamin', Thornton Winery, and Mount Palomar Winery.
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      ... Family Winery, where lunch was served al fresco in some amazingly beautiful surroundings (see the pictures for proof). After lunch, it was back to the camper for a nap. A cold breeze started to pick up, so we watched "Survivor" and called it a night.

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      So the day started with presents (many, many thank you letters to write on Will's return) and very tuneful singing. We then jumped into the Chevvy Impala and headed down to San Diego, a little over an hour away.

      We arrived in Sea World (tickets courtesy of Uncle Neil, for which many thanks) in time for a swift second course of breakfast (food rarely being far from Will's mind, these days) and then wandered straight into the first "Shamu Show" of the day. ...

      Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park

      A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 24, 2013

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      Day 19 - Family day and our last with the Nguyens

      A travel blog entry by mellish on Jan 08, 2013

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      ... having a nap as i type this before we head out to the yard house (google it) for our last dinner with the family.


      Dinner exceeded our expectations. We went to the yard house and when the footy is on all the appetisers and some drinks are half price. We ordered four plates of buffalo wing, chicken strips, egg roll things, lettuce wraps, tuna roll, calamari rings and a spinach and cheese dip. We ...

      California - Part 1

      A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Aug 16, 2012

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      ... we figured out where to go for the famous Painted Ladies. Yes, you guessed it, we had already seen them!! (the colorful houses on the hill). Anyway, it's the spot where they filmed that old sitcom, Full House. Jeff is adamant that it is also Mrs Doubtfire's house, but me having watched that movie a thousand times, I'm not so sure. A beautiful setting either way though. Moving on, we made our way to The Golden Gate National Park. There we explored around a bit, but spent most of our ...