SpringHill Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
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... have bought Albertson’s as well. We’ve used it on trips to the South as well.
The first thing the kids did, after unloading, was jump in the pool with their clothes on! They said it was something they always wanted to do. Mac eventually got down to his skivvies, but no harm done. They played around happily while we unpacked groceries and started the laundry. So nice to have a home to settle into.
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... 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 ...
Good-bye San Diego, see you another time. After breakfast the Dads packed the cars and we drove from Mission Bay to Carlsbad where we were going to explore Legoland and stay at the new hotel there. Auntie Kerry is driving Diego down to meet us because Mason invited him to join us at Legoland. When Diego arrived we went to check in at the hotel....WOWZIE. There were legos everywhere. After checking out the lobby we went right to the park and started ...
The Leo Carillo Ranch is an old ranch that was once owned by the actor, Leo Carrillo of the TV series The Cisco Kid fame (he played Pancho). It's now owned by the City of Carlsbad and has been designated a Historical National Landmark. We learned about the ranch years ago from someone at the Visitors Centre in downtown San Diego, but didn't actually venture there until last year. We made a second trip today. It's a really nice, relaxing place to walk ...