Embassy Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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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 ...
Late evening start as business calls and Friday 580 get out of town traffic snarls, we were forced to dig deep to mustard the long drive ahead. Tyler takes first leg to a very stinky Bakersfield we're we found it hard to breath and imagined thousand of cows all going at the same time.... Alison takes the helm and as the true trooper she is forged ahead way into wee hours to get us to what we thought to be our destination bit ...
... all over the place doing their thing. I could have easily spent an hour or so just in this bit, taking it all in, but alas, there was lunch to eat and rides to ride.
Speaking of lunch, I was really impressed with this place for food choices. We didn't have to settle for something fried because there were no other options AND not only did they know what we were talking about when we uttered the words 'gluten free', but they had gf bread, and were able to make 'any' of ...
... 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 ...
... and people watching. San Diego has a lot of bars/resturaunts which were all hopping with the post marathon crowds and the scantily clad crowds waiting to enter the Hard Rock Hotel. A quick stop by PetCo Park and it was time to find a place to sleep. With no nearby camping options we booked a hotel online and headed north a bit.
With dinner from a vending machine (it's vacation!), we settle in to stream the comedy show Arrested Development.