The Pechanga Resort and Casino looks like a city. It is also the largest employer in Temecula Valley with about 4,100 employees.
The RV Resort is located in a adjacent property and there is 24-hours free shuttle to ferry people staying at the RV Park to the casino.
This morning the sun came out and I was able to do my 5 miles walk within the RV Resort.
J.J. and I also ventured out to check the Old Town of Temecula which is the city’s downtown district promoted as one of the prime tourist destinations. Driving Honu on Friday, at the start of the Presidents Day Weekend was not a good idea. There was absolutely no street parking big enough to accommodate Honu. Nor did we see any private paid parking lots. A collection of historic 1890s buildings including the iconic City Hall are definitely worth another attempt to visit. Several photos I took do not justify in presenting interesting antique stores, hotels, and restaurants.
Aloha -- Cathi