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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... into activities.
The first activity stop was a room with a large sculpture on a rotating disk, featuring the characters from “Toy Story.” Each character was repeated multiple times in different, ascending poses. As the disk turned, it just looked like a blur. But when a strobe light was added, it looked as though the characters were moving. Both kids were intrigued by that piece – very well done.
... 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 ...
... on the menu to suit Mal! There was also a display of snacks on offer, all gf, and more choices for drinks than just 'soda'! Ironically though, all our healthy sandwiches came with potato chips - it's like they just can't believe that you could want a meal without fries or 'crisps' of some sort.
More rides after lunch, including 'Skipper School' - little boats that you 'drive' around a kind of lake-circuit. Josh failed Skipper School. I had the (mis)fortune to be in a boat with ...
... 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.
Today was our official Californian "local" Saturday experience. We had a lovely Breakfast with Sam and Rob and we all agreed to go for a afternoon on the beach with a BBQ and sunbath, then a walk along the pier.
We experienced our first juice bar here, Jamba Juice, very American and very healthy and actually very nice!
After a bit of a drive we spent the afternoon on Huntington Beach, just chatting, chilling and eating ...