La Quinta Inn & Suites Temecula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... here; it’s less than 2 miles from our house and rather cute.
Everyone joined in at Vons and helped shop for things they wanted to eat. Nice store, friendly people. We signed up for a Safeway card many years ago when we first started traveling around the country and we still have it and use it on these trips. Saves a lot of money at these stores as they give a discount to those with a card. Safeway owns Vons as well, and is ...
... blog.brittanybekas.com soon!).
In the morning, we headed to my cousin's house to watch football and meet my godson, Blake and Julie's husband, Matt. It was so awesome to finally meet both and to be reunited with my cousin (who shares the same birthday as me!).
Our baby tour was a success .... and I even changed a diaper. :) ...
As Shirley hadn't been in the sea yet and we wanted another stop, we jumped out the car at Carlsbad beach! We went down to the sea and stopped very quickly when we realised how cold it was haha! So I think at most our ankles made it into the water! And Shirley and Lauren were comparing it to the English sea haha! So we enjoyed a wander down the beach and then got back into the car for the last leg of our trip.... Next stop San ...
... drenching, so I got a bit chilly...a rarity on this trip.
After a brief stop at the mandatory tat (sorry, memorabilia) emporium so that Alec could acquire yet another cuddly toy and we could make yet another addition to the Farr fridge magnet collection, we returned to Temecula for a very late dinner at Applebee's.
A very long but very happy day. The boys were fast asleep within seconds of getting back to the RV, exhausted parents followed not long ...
... waves roll in and the accompanying surfers. I've seen pelicans gliding overhead, then skimming the surface of the water scooping up fish. I've seen dolphins working their way down the coast, and I've people watched. But mostly I've parked myself on my towel, read my book (well, three actually) and soaked up the sun. Today marks the last full day of our vacation, and what better way to spend it than at the beach. How blessed can a person ...