Ramada Temecula Old Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Bad than this week but isn't it always 20/20?! Thankfully the America's Cup was on everyday at 1pm so I had that to look forward to at least. From the couch, I booked a trip to San Francisco, Seattle and Portland from October 17 - 29! Kimberly (a family friend from home who is also 21 - hello drinking in public -, currently on her semester abroad in Calgary) is going to meet up and explore Seattle and Portland with me! A few ...
... br> After tearing ourselves away, we head out the gates and straight to the hotel. Nice to have it so close by! Our room is ready, and so is our next surprise! The whole room is Lego themed (we chose a Lego Kingdom room), with a special little nook for the kids (and a sign saying Adults, Keep Out! which the kids love). You can tell that the room is designed for families. Even better is that the hotel is only 5 months old, so everything is ...
... so had a very nice few hours there even though sunshine was a rarity.
We took the opportunity of a reasonably early return to Temecula to give Will the chance to spend his birthday money which, together with his life savings (!) was enough to get him an iPod Touch - so thanks to all the grandparents and aunts/uncles who contributed so generously.
Thence back to Vail Lake for an evening swim before bedtime. Another big day tomorrow, and the boys have no idea where we're ...
Today was our official Californian "local" Saturday experience. We had a lovely Breakfast with Sam and Rob and we all agreed to go for a afternoon on the beach with a BBQ and sunbath, then a walk along the pier.
We experienced our first juice bar here, Jamba Juice, very American and very healthy and actually very nice!
After a bit of a drive we spent the afternoon on Huntington Beach, just chatting, chilling and eating ...
Our first day back in North America and jet lag is hitting pretty hard. We couldn't stay awake past 8 p.m., then I couldn't sleep past 3 a.m. I ended up getting up, making a cup of tea, and reading for a couple of hours. Then I went back to bed for a couple more hours. I've a feeling its going to be a long week. As some of you know, we have a townhouse in Carlsbad, which is obviously where we're staying. With home ownership comes keeping ...