VVC: Mission San Luis Rey to Temecula
Windy and I left LA around 10am heading south. First stop, Oceanside, to visit Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, founded in 1798 and 18th of the 21 California missions.
According to the woman in the gift shop, the painting on the walls inside the church are meant to be the original design.
Next stop, Old Town Temecula for a little stroll and a lot of lunch. Thanks to google for the pictures. We weren’t there for the only-cool-cars car parade.
We went on to our overnight destination, South Coast Winery, Resort, and Spa. We walked around, tasted some wine, ate More Food, and then took an early night in our especially lovely room – fancy fireplace, comfy lounge chairs, dining table and comfy chairs, patio table and comfy chairs, and a Jacuzzi tub!
You won’t be coming here for the wine if you know what I mean, but we both agree the experience has been lovely.
The view around the corner from our patio, the fake fireplace that we really enjoyed, and a flower.