Super 8 Hemet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... span to exit right onto I-10. California drivers have different approach...they just go hard and ease in and out and no one ever honks. They don't slow down to let anyone in, and don't expect anyone to let them in - they just find a way!
Once we finally got on I-10 it was clear sailing and we could breathe a little easier...no more spaghetti bowls. The traffic wasn't too bad since it was Sunday morning but there was still a fair ...
... me to get out the way, but I hadn't realised.
I then arrived back at the house and then had a shower before everyone arrived for our BBQ we were given Sherbet Martinis, roasted chicken and loads of little snacks. I had all my swim stuff on but no one wanted to jump into the pool except the really little kids so I didn't bother it the end. Once everyone had left me Mike and Jane dippped our feet in the jacuzzi and chilled outside for like an hour ...
We spent the entire week with family. We visited wineries around Temecula the next day. John Bruce had to leave a day or two later, and Mom and Al left mid week, but we tried to make the most of the time we had with them. We spent the first part of the week at Nancy and Bill’s house. We were in the pool as much as possible. Later in the week, we did the So Cal thing and enjoyed Wally World with Nancy ...
... them and would recommend it Jeff!
We were soon back on the road to Temecula and as we drew close Wendy phoned Cheryl to say we were nearly there and we would go straight to the winery to meet her. We did make one small detour though, it wasn't really sat nav's fault, we weren't concentrating as we should have been. Sat nav directed us to turn left at what we assumed was the next lights, but in actual fact it should have been two ...
... Cruise Ship Terminal in San Diego where they boarded a Holland of America cruise ship for a trip to Hawaii for 15 days.
USS Midway - An aircraft carrier (1001' x 258' wide) stationed in San Diego was the longest serving ship in the US Navy. The 4,500 crew members maintained four diesel engines (creating 212,000 hp), 12 boilers, four18 ft diameter propellers, two catapults, two arrestor cables and over 2000 electric motors on 18 decks under a ...