La Quinta Inn & Suites Temecula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Temecula
... great hearing how excited she was for me. I have heard nothing but amazing things from her. Jesus emails me all the time with the next picture and such, welcoming me in a week to their home. I still feel a little crazy, like who else has done this that I know of? So glad I finished school first, then decided to travel. All the hard work sure has paid off.
... fact every time we go out there, it seems that a new vineyard has opened. And some are older and very well established. Our favourite vineyard is Wilson Creek Winery, which has been around for quite a while. We drop by there regularly since they have consistently good wines that we enjoy. We do, however, like to mix it up a bit and discover something new. Today we visited a couple of new places. It wasn't a particularly busy day at ...
... months. We had some very interesting beers some we liked better than others. It was lots of fun and we hope these small breweries can make a go of it. When we got back we headed over to the Casnio for the buffet and a little slot machine playing. ...
... weather, and an empty break
-the party on Friday night which included a lot of really fun people, countless pitchers of margaritas, and seriously the best burrito I have ever eaten (everyone contributed one specialty, and the result was gastronomic magic)
-a trip to the San Diego Safari Park, focused on conservation and breeding programs for endangered species around the world. Like a zoo, but way more interesting and ...
... somehow managed to wake up 30 mins earlier with the tv now off and everyone else in bed - woops.
10th August The morning session flew by again but the evening session dragged once more. The older children in this camp aren't very well behaved and I have said that I would prefer coaching the little ones rather than the eldest group. I wasn't impressed at one point when Nick suggested for the final two hours of camp the children play hide and seek and they took ...