Motel 6 Temecula

41900 Moreno Drive, Temecula, California, 92590, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 41900 Moreno Drive, Temecula, is near The Grapeline Temecula, Wiens Family Cellars, SunRise Balloons, and Old Town Rootbeer Company.
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Travel Blogs from Temecula


A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip on Sep 13, 2013

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Some of the highlights of our trip have been when we were able to stay with friends who live in communities that are different from our own. It is fascinating to determine the similarities and differences in our lives depending on where we live. We have spent the past few days with Jerry and Linda Burke in Southern California near the city of Temecula. Our relationship with the Burkes goes back about 24 years, as they have a cabin on the Shuswap right beside my ...

A day of pottering

A travel blog entry by geraldfarr on Jul 22, 2013

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Today was all about not doing too much...started off with an early morning run for me - to try and explore the resort a bit more and find the mysterious Vail Lake (of which there was no sign from where we were parked). Will and I got a ride into Temecula to pick up the car we were going to be using for the next few days while Jill finished setting up the RV for our longest stay in a single spot (5 nights, no less) and took ...

Day 15 - Wine, drinks and a dinner party

A travel blog entry by mellish on Jan 05, 2013

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After an amazing sleep we woke up and had a huge breakfast that Hien had already made for us... treated like royalty.

I went to Cosco with Diana which I was super excited about because I had never been before. WE went to get nappies/diapers and ended up coming home with A LOT more. It was massive, bigger then I thought and I couldnt believe how many things you could buy. Bulk loo paper, ...

Cya later Pahrump

A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Aug 05, 2012

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... the nearby Aliso Viejo to get a Wahoos which is a Mexican restaurant (I have had a lot of Mexican food since arriving in the US.
9th August The morning camp session flew by today - the kids were well behaved. The boys aren't very good for letting me know what is happening so I was a bit embarrassed when some lady came to sign out her kid and I asked why wasn't he doing the full day camp today (I am one of two coaches for full day) and she was like it has been ...

Baja Adventures: Dana Point to La Paz

A travel blog entry by sloboda on Dec 24, 2011

... on them. In no time, we were all wearing our “Team Sloboda” shirts sitting under our tiny tree in the middle of the big ocean on this very remarkable Christmas Eve. After awhile, Mike and I headed into the galley to prepare our dinner. So since everything else about this Christmas Eve is pretty non-traditional, we ended up grilling some burgers for dinner! Boy for some reason doing ...