Motel 6 Hemet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... cycle. We kept seeing them in groups, some with a dozen or more riders. The road was two lane most of the way so we didn't have to worry about holding anyone up. We drove through Malibu (waved to Steve & Carol's place on the way by), past Malibu Colony (where all the really rich and famous people live), past Cher's house (the only one we knew) and past some beautiful shacks on the beach.
At Santa Monica, we got a brief glimpse ...
... worked in lbs and not kgs which is half, so then had to double the weights I would normally use. We then had another chill out session by the pool with the rest of the coaches and Britney. Then came the final day of camp as soon as I arrived I was greeted with little thankyou notes from Kennedy and Kaya, which even I thought was cute and they seemed to go into a lot of effort making them. We played the world cup and then handed out all the certificates, with ...
... was also with them. After excitedly saying hello to them, we looked up, and Jenny’s mother and step dad (Al) were also there – another wonderful surprise! Jenny’s other brother, David met us later that night for dinner with Tori and her half-brother and family. Jenny’s entire family had flown down (from Oregon and Washington) to greet us and welcome us back to the US. It was truly amazing!
... round the pump, only to discover it was card only, so moved on to another one. They managed to work it all out successfully and came away with a full tank..... and a clean windscreen, thanks to the helpful attendant.
We had quite a drive to do to get to Temecula and with our later than planned start we were running late. The boys phoned around noon to say that they had arrived at Temecula and were getting a burger at Mad Madeline's. ...
... shops and summer camps for kids. Adding to the ambiance of privacy and serenity, there isn't a straight roadway anywhere because the streets are contoured to the terrain. Nice scenery.
Along the way, we found a secluded campground at www.silentvalleyclub.com.
Returning to Hemet, Hwy 243 drops rapidly into Banning Pass where the "lookout vistas" provide a panoramic view of the chaparral covered valley and windmills below.
That afternoon, we ...