Article Archive for February 2013
We were very sad to say goodbye to Temecula but so blessed to have experienced a taste of this unique, warm and indulgent destination. Temecula is Southern California treasure. You need to experience it to appreciate the many pleasures Temecula offers its visitors and residents, alike.
An absolutely fabulous and memorable breakfast started our day off right at Jax on the Tracks, a 1940′s diner with delicious and gourmet style comfort food. Featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, the amazing little eatery has fun ambiance, superb service and a homey, “local yocal” feeling.
We’d heard Irvine was steeped in arts, dining, nightlife, shopping and all the typical things that we gravitate to when planning a getaway, but Irvine exceeded all our expectations which is quite a feat when you consider our diverse interests.
Some Western Road Trip ideas from award winning Howard Hian.
One hundred and twelve miles to the North East of Grapevine, Texas near the Oklahoma border lies the lovely little historic town of Paris, Texas. While a movie has been set in Paris that draws visitors from around the world, the secret treasures of Paris are best shared by the locals who have a pride and respect for their exquisite little community.