Motel 6 - Menifee
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to pay in person at a counter, so we duly went along the next day. The clerk tried hard to be helpful but in the end he was defeated by his own company's web site. It required the billing address zip code before accepting a credit card payment, and they didn't accept cash. This was the same problem we had encountered at gas stations, but he knew that entering his office's zip code would be accepted. What a system! ...
... and rain – we almost forgot what that felt like.
There was a paint store in the strip mall across the street, but they didn’t sell spray paint. We kind of suspected they wouldn’t as you don’t typically see spray paint at paint stores – ironic.
... the gift shop for our Christmas ornament, then we were going to make our way back home. Josie and Mac spied an enormous stuffed animal tiger. It was $800. Needless to say, we’re not bringing that home! Also, it was almost as big as Old Blue!
Traffic was a mix of going along just fine, then bumper to bumper. We had one stop from Border Patrol. They were stopping all cars for some reason. When we got up to the queue, we were waved through. ...
... Cheryl driving now as Mark was exhausted. Simple drive, just head south on I-5, about 34 miles away. The drive was easy, not too much traffic and Siri got us to our new home (for the next week) without any difficulty.
Mark did well again. Nice home on a cul-de-sac, modern, clean, private with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, washer/dryer, nice new kitchen, comfortable living room and family room, in-kitchen dining area, pool, hot tub, ...
... at the following link. http://www.missionsjc.com/preservation/ history.php They provided a good self-guided audio tour and we were lucky enough to be able to join a guided tour of Chapel Serra. The guide was very knowledgeable and gave a great presentation of the overall history of the Mission and Spanish settlement. After lunch and some live music at Mission Grill, we caught the train and bus back to our ...