Embassy Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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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 ...
Okay, I really need to stop doing this to myself. I should keep a journal or at least write a note about what happens each day because now I have three weeks to catch you up on and no idea of what happened. Good. I will attempt to make this as chronologically correct as possible, but no guarantees!
My life was pretty quiet for a couple of weeks after I last posted, because the infection got a whole lot worse and I had to ...
... Mouse stuff. It was already pretty crowded by the time we made our way through the gates and we weren't exactly sure what was there so after a bit of fairly aimless wandering we headed for a bakery for second breakfast (there seems to be a pattern developing here) and to check out the maps and decide what to do. I had also downloaded an app called "Mousewait" which gave live waiting times for all the rides. We saw the waiting time ...
... Our flight left at 11pm, with a 3 hour stopover in Charlotte, North Carolina - Emma loved their slightly-southern accents! After some interesting first language attempts on Emma´s part, we managed to get onto a first-class bus (= seatbelts, luggage ID tags and bathrooms, all of which we later discovered did not feature on 2nd class) which took 5 hours to get to Merida in Mexico.
... we left there with a bottle of each and none of the others! A number of vineyards have restaurants attached to them, and we were able to relax and enjoy lunch overlooking some beautiful scenery at the Callaway vineyard. The grapes aren't growing yet, but it was a beautiful warm day and we had nowhere we needed to be right away. (The joys of vacation). The last wine tasting of our day was at Europa. Yet another place we hadn't heard ...