Old Town Temecula is about an hour away from Los Angeles, called "the little Napa of Southern California."
If you are a 🍷wine lover, you can book different wine-tasting tours on the website of Temecula Valley Wine Country, but unfortunately our group did not have much knowledge about wine.
So we skipped this activity and drove directly to Old Town Temecula (this city looks like America's West in the 1970s, where there are lots of cool vintage cars and motorcycles everywhere. When I first saw this city, I thought time had stopped because people here look just like they used to do decades ago.
Streets have an old European style with lots of antique shops and authentic American restaurants--even though this town is small and doesn't have many famous sights, it is worth visiting if you want to relax for a day or two. You can find interesting things such as old Coca-Cola bottles from 1962; old records; antique jewelry; old books if you want to kill some time; or you can go out for lunch at one of the local cafes because all of them look delicious!) Finally don't forget to take photos in front of the city hall building with its European style architecture.
Finally, don't forget to take a picture in front of the city hall building. The municipal parking garage is free and open all day long. You can bring your friends and family here to enjoy the weekend!
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