Hampton Inn & Suites Temecula
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... are restricted to the right two lanes, and have a maximum speed limit of 55 MPH. This, combined with our lunch stop in Baker, another break in Barstow, and a detour to avoid construction on the I-215 turned the computer projected 297 miles and 4:45 travel time into 7 hours even and 315 miles total. We arrived at Pechanga at 4:05 PM. I averaged 12.5 MPG on the pull.
The RV resort itself is located near the 15 on Pechanga Parkway. It's a ...
... took the boys to the Pizza/Pasta place).
So another great day in Lalaland - Alec and I even had time for a return fixture at "California Screamin'". We didn't make it to Radiator Springs Racers because the queue times were never less than awful (well over three hours at the time we left) but the boys didn't seem to mind at all.
No trip to a US theme park would be complete without a spot of retail therapy before exiting and ...
I love the beach. I'm a real beach bunny and could hang out with the sun, sea and sand most days, given the opportunity. A towel, a swimsuit and a good book goes a long way to making me happy. We come to southern California about four times a year. I have to admit that more often than not the weather isn't the best for hanging out at the beach when we're here. But when it is, its wonderful. We've been in Carlsbad for the last two ...
Today has been a great day, after having a recovery afternoon last night we decided to have a family day with Hien and Diana as its the last day we are spending with them before going to universal studios tomorrow.
We got up around 830 and had some bagels with cream cheese and vegimite (so good) and then the whole family got ready and we went Santa Rosa Plateau for a mid morning hike, it was a ...
... of what a fabulous part of the trip that was. As we drove away, Jonas and I both agreed we should plan for regular visits with our West Coast friends.
At this point we realized we were 7 weeks into the trip and still on the West Coast. It was time to get moving. Jonas's mother and stepfather were in Las Vegas and wanted to meet up with us, and election day was getting closer and closer. So we left the ocean for the desert and drove east.