Extended Stay America - Temecula - Wine Country
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... Cindy and Vicki got ready for the day. Cindy slipped on the steps coming down the steps from the camper and landed on her butt, but a quick wardrobe change and a few ibuprophen, and we finally rolled out about 11:00. After a quick drive through old town Temecula, we were ready to head to our first winery. Based on recommendations on Tripadvisor.com, we headed to a small vineyard called Keyways.
Now, I'm going to pause here and say: ...
... out of the water. If you believed the locals, the water was icy cold and only for the very hardiest types with wetsuits. It turned out to be warmer than Cornish waters in late summer (although still not warm enough, in my view) so Jill and the boys were straight in with barely a wince. The waves were pretty impressive too. The lifeguard was slightly concerned about the rip so persuaded Jill and the boys to swim just in front of his tower.
We'd come prepared with a picnic ...
... to see if they were cheaper over here. Like we thought the Ipads are pretty much the same price all over the world so Kate decided to pass as she would get one back at home which would be a bit cheaper. Wall mart is HUGE, it was pretty much the size of the entire westleigh shops lol with everything and anything.
When we arrived back home to the Nguyen's the three of us decided we would duck off to the shops ...
... the Olympics before going in the pool with Evan and Robin.
7th August The kids were better behaved today and I didn't feel as though I was nagging them all day. On the full day camp as soon as lunch was over we lost 3 kids bringing our total down to 4 kids - this however went to 3 towards the end of camp. It was quite hard entertaining just 4 people and then finally 3 but we managed it - the time didn't actually drag however we probably did chat during the water ...
... in the cellar where they have private wine tastings and barrels of wine. Also, the view from this place is awesome.
The next winery was Bella Vista Winery, the oldest Winery in Temecula. They have a BEAUTIFUL long, round bar that they use to serve the wine tasting.
Bella Vista Winery was our second winery because it is about lunchtime and they have a nice eating area with a cabana overlooking the valley. Kaptain had gotten ...
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