Holiday Inn Express Temecula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Excited about returning to Alaska on the Coral for the next 2 weeks. It was great that Marla from the head office called and asked me if I would like an early flight to Vancouver. I jumped at the chance to have a whole day in Vancouver to spend with one of friends who lived there. Jackie and I met last year on the Golden and have become good friends...as she is also a teacher. The flight was comfortable and coming into Vancouver is ...
... to Old Town Temecula. The shops were almost deserted, but we spent an hour or so wandering around before grabbing a Mexican food lunch and heading back to Pechanga. In the afternoon, we headed over to the casino to play slots and look around. By the time we came out around 6:30 PM, another cold breeze had sprung up, so I quickly grilled cheeseburgers for dinner and we spent another evening in the camper. Friday morning was the usual ...
... was gorgeous and some of the homes were very beautiful. There were also magnificent homes built further back on high cliffs.
Just out of Carlsbad we drove through Camp Pendleton, a Marine Corp base. It was massive with about 100 000 marines being stationed there at any given time. The actual area is quite undeveloped and the coast is very arid and rugged. We watched a few helicopters practice landing near the beach.
At Carlsbad we checked into a very nice ...
... Mouse stuff. It was already pretty crowded by the time we made our way through the gates and we weren't exactly sure what was there so after a bit of fairly aimless wandering we headed for a bakery for second breakfast (there seems to be a pattern developing here) and to check out the maps and decide what to do. I had also downloaded an app called "Mousewait" which gave live waiting times for all the rides. We saw the waiting time ...
Hitting the road mid-morning, we headed back down south along the coastline on scenic Route 101. Beach views, hillside homes, outdoor dining all equal spectacular views on our drive towards La Jolla (pronounced La Hoya). We did expect more sunshine but found out that the overcast weather was the "June Gloom", typical for this time of year.
We found a Mexican place to eat and had great ...