Extended Stay America - Temecula - Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Temecula
... and Cheryl love it; Josie has yet to try it. Wish we could have one of these back home, but it just wouldn’t work with our cold winters, the pipes would freeze. So we’re going to enjoy it here.
The day was spent just swimming and enjoying cooler weather. We all swam in the morning, with Mac and Josie being the first in. There was, unfortunately, only one dive stick. So Cheryl emptied out her change from her wallet and threw all of that ...
... park while 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 ...
... the view for 50mins (unfortunately trains here are not like in Europe) and spent the afternoon and evening with Caleb on a brief tour of a couple more spots around the harbour while errand running. Also saw the 1974 film, Blazing Saddles- if you like The Castle this is probably a movie for you! Although, in saying that, brother dearest didn't enjoy it so watch at your own risk.
I completely skipped over Sunday's events- we went to a pumpkin patch!!! There were plenty ...
... great hearing how excited she was for me. I have heard nothing but amazing things from her. Jesus emails me all the time with the next picture and such, welcoming me in a week to their home. I still feel a little crazy, like who else has done this that I know of? So glad I finished school first, then decided to travel. All the hard work sure has paid off.
... a week (and a couple of Google searches) figured it had to be the actual roof rack bars themselves.
Enter Holly and her excellent organizational skills. For some reason, she had brought along duct tape, and -- as it turns out -- two well placed pieces of two inch tape completely solved the buzzing problem. So we have been traveling across America with two prominent pieces of duct tape on the roof of our car. So ...