Hampton Inn & Suites Temecula
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... will just turn off your a/c during really hot days for a few hours. Thank goodness he came over to help us out.
Around 7:00, we grilled some steaks and had a simple meal of steak and fresh fruit. After dinner, it was bath time, and we all found our own entertainment: Cheryl finished her book; Mark explored on the computer; Mac and Josie, in their separate rooms, played on their computers.
Tomorrow: The long-awaited visit to the San Diego ...
... at the Ponte Family Winery, where lunch was served al fresco in some amazingly beautiful surroundings (see the pictures for proof). After lunch, it was back to the camper for a nap. A cold breeze started to pick up, so we watched "Survivor" and called it a night. Thursday morning was foggy and cool when we got up. By 8:30, the fog had burned off and the temperatures climbed quickly. Breakfast was French toast and bacon, and around noon we ...
... proved difficult. Finally we gave in and he had us sorted.
First stop was Long Beach, home to the original Queen Mary cruise ship built in 1936 which is now a hotel and museum. Long Beach looked nice, with a fairly decent beach front and lots of hotels and shops. We continued south stopping at Laguna Beach for peanut butter sandwiches on the beach in front of the very nice beach front apartments. It was a stunning blue bird day and there were a few people swimming. The ...
... probably thrown off - and almost silenced - by Jill's cunning misdirection ("we're going to a museum"). Much excitement ensued and Ben was almost overcome when he spotted a Toy Story shuttle bus, one of which we later boarded after having parked the car.
We decided to go to the "California Adventure" part of the park because the boys were more familiar with the newer Disney output ("Cars", "Toy Story", etc.) rather than ...
... which is – alas - still in Atlanta). 23 tent poles and a stiff Pacific breeze spelled defeat, and off it goes to the next Goodwill store we find.
Anyway, early morning the weather had turned Southern California-perfect, so we spent the day at the beach just hanging out, walking and soaking up the sun. Then catching a great Pacific sunset sitting at the campsite after dinner and listening to the Braves win in 10 ...