Hampton Inn & Suites Temecula
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... 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 headed in to ...
So the day started with presents (many, many thank you letters to write on Will's return) and very tuneful singing. We then jumped into the Chevvy Impala and headed down to San Diego, a little over an hour away.
We arrived in Sea World (tickets courtesy of Uncle Neil, for which many thanks) in time for a swift second course of breakfast (food rarely being far from Will's mind, these days) and then wandered straight into the first "Shamu Show" of the day. ...
... having a nap as i type this before we head out to the yard house (google it) for our last dinner with the family.
Dinner exceeded our expectations. We went to the yard house and when the footy is on all the appetisers and some drinks are half price. We ordered four plates of buffalo wing, chicken strips, egg roll things, lettuce wraps, tuna roll, calamari rings and a spinach and cheese dip. We ...
... after I get back from the beach with my current host family. I then met the children's step grandad before playing uno spin with them before they went to bed.
8th August Again it was very warm at camp so the kids struggled to maintain their energy levels - there is a heatwave going through the OC at the moment. The kids were very well behaved and I managed to get more out of them today than I had the previous two days. The evening camp dragged a little as not one ...
... and chips for us earlier that day and the nice van driver set it all up for us. Next to the eating area is a nice lake with geese. Yes, I said, GEESE next to the eating area. As you know, geese can be VERY aggressive, so we had to fend them off a few times.
Our next stop was Mount Palomar. The driver gave us a couple of free deserts to add to our celebration. More wine tasting, more laughter and definitely more fun.
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