La Quinta Inn & Suites Temecula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We are escorted down stairways and hallways that are not familiar...as each ship is a little different. Somehow we make it down to the deck 4 that is named the M -1 (after the busy Main Street in London). There we waited for the "YAC"- the Youth Activities Manager- our new boss for the cruise. After she arrived we were escorted down to pick up our uniforms from the dry cleaning department that is on deck 2. Then we were taken to our cabins ...
... to none. But all of this success is the result that comes from hard work that starts early in life. On our first day I was lucky enough to visit Melanie's school. It is a private, catholic school that starts in kinder and goes to eighth grade. The expectations for students in the United States far surpass what I have been used to recently. Melanie starts school at 8:15 and finishes at 3:15. All parents drop off and pick up their kids. There are no buses. ...
No pictures from today itself - the photographer was having a break. But here's a couple more from Universal Studios, and another from my early morning run on July 22nd - of Vail Lake. The Vail Lake resort was only a couple of hours away from Balboa, so we took our time in the morning and headed out at about 11am. Driving on ...
... with mango salsa (and shared one margarita). Continuing the great drive south with the spectacular ocean views. With the amount of people out doing a variety of physical activity (biking, walking, surfing, etc), we get the impression that the California stereotype of fitness is warranted.
Ronnie salivated as we made a quick stop at the famous Torrey Pines golf course (luckily he has ...
... think it weird but for us though, this is fun! We also ventured along the Botanical Trail. Apparently there are something in the order of 150 plants native to the area, 27 of which have identifiers along the trail. It didn't really mean much to us today since not too much was flowering at the higher elevations, and we didn't have the legend to the numbering system. Still, it was a nice walk and we finally discovered that those pretty blue blooms are called Ramona ...