Embassy Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
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... relaxing with an ice cold beer. Dinner was filet mignons prepared on my new little propane grill, baked potatoes, and salad. After a shower, I finished the evening with a Bailey's and coffee before calling it an evening early. Wednesday morning started out foggy and cool. Coffee and light jackets were in order until the sun burned through at 8:30. Breakfast included mimosas, bacon and eggs. After cleaning up the dishes, I took a stroll ...
Leaving Yorba Linda, Gin worked out a wicked route off the interstate to get to Indio/Palm Springs. We had no idea how amazing it would be, but to give you an example...
You know those intros to most James Bond movies has a car chase - Bond in his silver Aston Martin is being chased by two or three other cars of henchmen, all decked out in black, and invariably one or all of ...
... in Oceanside Harbour. All the tents for crafts and food were set up in between the marina and the beach. It was absolutely stunning. Despite fairs being my weakness, I managed to avoid buying anything by not looking too closely haha. The rest of the weekend and early week I was tearing through seasons one and two of Breaking Bad out by the pool.
On Wednesday after Olivia got home from school, we went Halloween ...
... small things. I have spent the past week and a half visiting friends and family, saying my last goodbyes before I leave. It have worried me more and more that I don't have a visa. They are extremely hard to get for Spain, and I need to wait until I get there. It's a long story, don't worry.
Anyways, I talked to Aletta today via Facebook, and it ...
... on and rolled into San Diego - just in time for the traffic from the Rock 'N Roll Marathon (our initial thought was that the President might be in town!). After an hour of navigating we parked and began a walking tour of downtown.
First stop lunch and this time it's Holly's turn - mediterranean. We sat outside and listened to a band play although the weather was cooler than expected; high 60s. But how refreshing after 90s/100s.