- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... off golfing. Tonight was bingo - we went for a hot tub instead. Nice hot tub, indoors, and a nice outdoor pool that I will try out one of these days. Sunday there is a Superbowl Party and a chili cookoff.
Last night we met up for dinner in Temecula with some friends from the golf course in Osoyoos. Nice to see familiar faces from home! Tomorrow night is senior's night at the movies.
Miss you all!
... just pulled his arm away from the sides and down he went, once down he proclaimed lets go again haha. It would have been nice to stay longer at the waterpark despite the lack of rides - we had covered them all as we noticed you could watch movies on the water at a special time. On the way home our car thermometer read 114C, so we were happy once we arrived back in the cold Hemet which stood at 98C, so we thought we better shove our jumpers on :p. We ...
... Ministries and SO-MUCH-FUN-TIME with my newfound friends from DA GANG (it was pretty wild).
The main revelation I received during the Pastors' conference in Murrieta was and is to return always to the simplicity and beauty of abiding in Christ and of teaching His Word simply (2 Cor.11:3).
P.S. Dima and I stayed at the Stone Lodge in Murrieta Hot Springs! Folks who know what it is, it's a VIP hotel!!! Pics attached...
... once we were all showered to see what was on offer. Actually it was very good and we were all very nicely satisfied. Back in the room we finished up and closed our cases and loaded the car. Wendy had the sat nav window bracket and battery pack .... this morning it was the actual sat nav that she couldn't find!! Chrissie and Angie's patience was being stretched ... off we went again .... bags emptied ...... no sat nav .... car searched .... no ...
... tallest mountain in Southern California which entices visitors to experience outdoor activities, such as horseback riding, backpacking, hiking, camping, mountain biking or tackling the legendary rocks of Tahquitz and Suicide because of their 700 climbs routes. Heat weary Californians swarm to this cool oasis every summer but years ago, it was a favorite hide-out for draft dodgers and marijuana growing hippies.
The town itself is set amongst ...