Holiday Inn Express Temecula
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... 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 pack-up routine ...
... slightly un-PC, these days, to admit it but we were all thrilled/amazed by the performance of the five (including a calf) Orcas - even from the dry seats at the back where Ben had insisted on sitting with Daddy (Jill, sensibly, was a few rows from the front with the birthday boy and Alec). Much of the display seemed to be focused on getting as many people as possible wet - including a couple of the whales rising out of the water onto their tales and spitting ...
... a number of drinks each and the bill was just over $100...
After dinner we had a short walk through the shops because we still had time with the baby sitters and headed home. We finally had a skype chat with mum and dad and nan and were planning watching the sapphires but we were all so tired. Bed time tonight has been the earliest of the whole trip but we sooo need the extra zzz...
Night all xoxox
... coaches included) had an ounce of energy. Once back from camp I originally planned to chill out but instead I took pity on Evan and played some games with one of the host daughters other kids called Keeley - I later regretted this as I had to play twister, headbandz, hula hooping followed by a game of sleeping beauty - I didn't mind volunteering to play this role as I got to lie down. We then dropped off Keeley's sister and Shannon off to their soccer practice before ...
... was our last stop before heading back to the hotel. We chose this last on purpose because it is a quaint, personal winery. I thought it would be a good ending to our day of wine tasting. When we got there, they asked us if we minded wine tasting outside. Uh, HECK NO!!! Beautiful little winery.
While at Europa, Toni started talking to some people also wine tasting. She and this other guy got into a competition showing off their ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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