Embassy Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... and Avie, we had to feed Conner...We went to Juanita's Taco Shop in Encinitas.Tasty authentic Mexican. (Thanks Craig Mahoney for the recommendation.
We stayed at Guajome Park. Its county park located in Oceanside Ca. Its a great little park with some fabulous hiking trails. We chose to stay here to be near our friends Bonnie (IM) and Lloyd Smigel. (Lloyd is my former business partner) We ate ...
... 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 ...
... spree and lunch date one day last week and I bought a pink blazer, some paisley shorts and a new dress as well as a whole bunch of face care products. Today saw another shopping spree and lunch out after Olivia got home from uni; I am now the proud owner of a Supergirl costume, compression leggings and a tshirt that is made to look old- I will justify this by it being clearance.
Yesterday I caught the train to downtown again- it's a lovely ride down the coast so I ...
... 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 ...
... s life in campsites across America, and it adds some nice flavor to the trip.
Since we’re talking about the Clampetts, I will add here a story overlooked from early in the trip. Something was going on with our roof rack that caused an unbearable buzzing when the temperature was over about 80 degrees and our speed exceeded about 40 mph. We thought it was the Yakima cargo box, or maybe something in the box, but ...