SpringHill Suites Temecula Valley Wine Country
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... past the Tea House! I have happy memories of having lunch there with the cruise staff with Allan Kent, and seeing a royal mounty on horseback wearing his beautiful Canadian red uniform. Had a wonderful day in the city but it was time to say my goodbyes to Jackie and get a little sleep before my busy next day. Had to be already to meet the Princess shuttle in the lobby in the morning at 6:00 am. I will never understand why it is so ...
... Lego constructions in amongst all the rides, and wasn't disappointed - they are dotted all through the park. In fact, the biggest Lego creation ever (some ship from Star Wars) is housed here in it's own shed. And it weighs 23 tonnes!
The rides here I think are aimed at the 5 - 12 age-group. Most were a bit tame for my two thrill-seekers, but were right in the pocket for number three. That didn't stop them from going on pretty much every ride on offer. As I said, because it was ...
... 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 ...
... ride where you have to peddle your cart around an elevated track which gives you a good view of the park. We quickly realise that checking the weather forecast might be a smart idea as we are the only people wearing t-shirts and it is overcast and freezing cold.
After freezing for about 2 hours, the sun comes out and it actually turns into a warm day. We go on ...