Fairfield Inn & Suites Temecula
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We enjoy have the extra seating area and the suite setup of Fairfield Inns
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... Story Midway Mania game (much to Ben's joy) and also watched the parade of (modern) Disney characters.
Although the park was crowded, it wasn't nearly as packed as Universal Studios had been and so when we decided to have lunch it was very easy to find a shady table and enjoy the meal (or, in my case, two meals - due to a slight communications issue, or possibly my short term memory problems, when Jill went to the Greek takeaway ...
Today is the day we get to experience driving in USA for the 1st time. Luckily we only have to pick the car up down the road and most of the driving is on the freeway. Yep, that is actually a good thing.
After picking up the car at 8.30, we jump on the freeway towards San Diego. Our destination: Legoland. Todd is excited and Sarah is thinking what a ****** day this ...
... we had all the time in the world. No need to hurry. After our travels of the last month its also so nice to have clean fresh air, and we enjoyed it to the full. We'll be back! We rounded the day out back in Carlsbad with home-made fish tacos. This is a dish we originally found in Hawaii but it is very popular in Southern California (as is most Mexican food for some reason). We bought fresh fish from a local store and I took it from there. ...
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