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Travel Blogs from Temecula
... Temecula is a very desirable location. In the early 1900s it was still part of the Wild West. It has come a long way in the last 110 years. It is an hour from Los Angeles and an hour from San Diego and an hour and a half to Palm Springs. Temecula is part of wine country and avocado country. It is a city of over 100,000 and the Burkes live in an area called De Luz, which are the arid mountains outside of the City. Jerry and Linda have both led very interesting ...
... two for a swim - where Will and I joined them on our return. Alec was delighted to discover that one of the pools was infested by small amphibians and spent most of his time engaged in the new sport of "Frogging", which mostly involved him capturing the frogs, returning them to the relative safety (at least safe from further molestation by Alec) of a handy plant border, while giving each of the varieties new - and not ...
... aircon units, optometrist, technology thing, and then your normal groceries and clothing... just to name a few
When we got home, the others were ready to head out to the local wineries but we just had to wait for the baby sitter to arrive. We left about mid-day and headed first to Dianas work because she wanted to check my eye. I have, what I now know is a cyst, on the bottom of my eye lid. Sar ...
... in the street. Kammi and Bill then took me back to my host house. When I arrived back Robin was still up and was telling me that she spoke to her friend who also lives on that street - we even passed them pulling into the street and they said that their doctor was Mary. I then put the Olympics on however I struggled to stay awake. I noticed that the mens 200m final was to be played in a few minutes time so I decided to stay up and watch that however I fell asleep on the ...
... lesson at a place in Huntington Beach. It was a very nice evening, including a delicious cake that Laurie brought.
Sunday, January 8: We got up (not too early) and checked out of the hotel. Jan and Dave also spent the night at the hotel. Our rooms included breakfast but we instead of eating at the hotel, we decided to head back to Menifee and go to The Breakfast Club. We then went to our RV Park, where Shirley and Larry joined us. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed