Comfort Inn & Suites Near Temecula Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well, its hard to believe we have been home for a day and the motor home is already unloaded and stuff is put away already. Well, Cheryl's stuff, anyway. I haven't yet cleared out the storage bays yet.
I am writing this final post as a way of closing off the experience and recapping some facts about our trip. It may not be that interesting, but I started doing this on my motorcycle trips several ...
... the entire game. For some reason he was especially targeting Shelby Miller. We couldn’t figure out what this guy’s deal was as one minute he was yelling at a Cardinal player, the next his anger was aimed at a Padre. We, like many families, attend maybe 1-2 games a year because it’s so expensive (besides the ticket price, $6.50 for a lemonade, $9 for a hotdog, with COGS around $.50 each.) So it kind of tarnishes the experience ...
... bags for storage until we were ready to retrieve them and Old Blue by 3:00.
First order of business: Fast Passes for Radiator Springs Racers. Passes would be usable at 12:20. On to breakfast. We decided to hit Storyteller's Café one more time. What we didn’t realize was that it was a character breakfast and all buffet—no ordering off the menu. Buffets don’t work well for us as none of us are big eaters. But we ...
I haven't been able to finish and post this blog until now so today prepare for a double feature! Feeling back to normal after inordinate amounts of food and sleep. After saying farewell to the Kyd family in Tampa we hopped skipped and jumped over a few states to California! While waiting in the airport we happened to plop down right next to our pilot and spent an entertaining half hour getting him up to speed on wwoofing and where we are headed; and ...
Big, fun day at Legoland today. We are getting pro at catching the bus now, although our little campers had a bit of trouble waking up. An early night tonight methinks.
I was bracing myself for yet another crowded, noisy theme park, but was pleasantly surprised; the crowds were 'manageable' - the longest we waited for any ride was about 15 minutes - and while the vibe was fun, it wasn't quite so frenetic.
Although I knew it was essentially a theme park, I was hoping to see ...