Ramada Temecula Old Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Jen had to work all weekend, so we rented a car and braved the LA traffic to head south to visit one of my oldest friends, Kristin and her husband Mark and their 3-month old baby, Vincent and my cousin, Julie, her husband, Matt and my godson, Blake.
Phil and I deemed it our baby tour.
We were off to a somewhat rough start as ...
... to LAX (which was like hell) and then up to the OC.
Thanksgiving was spent at Alan's house, where we started by helping Alan with his Christmas lights, played a little soccer with the boys, then hiked one of the trails behind his house with one of his sweet dogs, Maddie. After the hike we got ready and met the rest of Amir's family for dinner and desserts. The boys played some pranks on us which meant they accepted us into their ranks haha. ...
... and it served us very well. By the time we left, we'd been on all the rides and seen almost all the shows we wanted to.
Particular highlights were: the "Manta" roller coaster (favourite part of the day for Will, Alec and Daddy); stroking real rays (Jill - "their skin's incredibly smooth and velvety". Gerald - "that's because it's covered in mucous". Jill - "&?!£@/(@") which was one of Ben's best moments; the Atlantis ride (which Ben insists was one ...
... s life in campsites across America, and it adds some nice flavor to the trip.
Since we’re talking about the Clampetts, I will add here a story overlooked from early in the trip. Something was going on with our roof rack that caused an unbearable buzzing when the temperature was over about 80 degrees and our speed exceeded about 40 mph. We thought it was the Yakima cargo box, or maybe something in the box, but ...
... considerably smaller than it once was, there's still lots to see. The original adobe style buildings remain standing and open for viewing on the weekends. They have, however, been upgraded to earthquake-proof standards to meet current building codes. Numerous support buildings are also located on the property such as a tack shed, stable, barn and foundry and equipment shed. These are all in various states of repair, but by no means dilapidated. They just ...