Old Town Temecula
Old Town Temecula has been around since 1882 when the California Railroad was built through the valley. Now it’s known for great restaurants, tourism and fantastic wineries.
We were staying at the Thousand Trails RV Resort in Menifee which is only about 15 minutes away and headed on an date to walk around Old Town and be tourists for an afternoon.
Everything looks like the old west and we walked the entire old town on both sides of the street. It was a great stroll!
As we were checking out the town this sign twirler caught our attention and we headed over to Fazeli Cellars to taste some Temecula Wine. The decor of Fazeli is amazing and for all digital nomads they have free wifi, a lounge, and live music! They have a vineyard just outside of town in the heart of “Wine Country” but have their tasting room in Old Town. They are currently in the process of building a large tasting and venue building on the vineyard.
Yes I have ribs…
Danielle found this store that all they sell is Christmas stuff!
We grabbed a bite to eat at The Bank. They had incredible home made hot sauce, a great location but best of all they had great people to chat with. It turns out the people sitting next to us were both Aerospace Engineering Rocket Scientists…
We saw two separate photo shoots going on.