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This year’s Temecula Balloon & Wine Festival takes place at the Lake Skinner Recreation Area, from June 2, to June 4, 2017. Join the fun and witness hot air balloon flights and electrifying performances, indulge in the best food and wine, and browse through an extensive selection of arts and crafts booths and commercial exhibits. Originally known s the Rancho California Balloon and Wine Festival, the festival was first started in 1983 by Walt Darren, a pilot and balloonist and... Read More
Throwing a party? Spice up your outdoor patio design with some good old string lights. It’s a quick, easy, and affordable way to dress up your outdoor space. Here are some spots where you can place them: Across the patio This is the most common way to use string lights and it never fails to make a lasting impression on guests. You can attach the lights to anchor points like the rooftop, fence, or wooden posts, and let them hang... Read More
Located about 50 minutes from San Diego, Southern California Wine Country has plenty to offer wine enthusiasts. And there’s no better place to begin your journey than Temecula Valley, which is known for its vineyards and world-class wineries. Here are some tours to check out: Grapeline Wine Tours 43500 Ridge Park Dr. Grapeline offers several tours, the most popular of which is the Vineyard Picnic Tour. This includes a catered lunch with multiple selections, tasting flights, a behind-the-scenes look at... Read More
This majestic European-style mansion has a detached guest house and a grand balcony with around 1,500 square feet of entertaining space. View more property details here. If you’re in the market for a luxury home, here are some tips to guide you through the buying process: Work with a qualified real estate agent Most buyers will do an online search at some point when looking to buy a house, but not all luxury properties that are up for sale will... Read More
The schools in the Sothern California cities of Temecula and Murrieta are among the best in America. In a study conducted by the U.S News and World Report, both cities ranked among the top 10 percent. Among Murrieta’s high schools, 3 schools received a silver medal from the report. The following Murrieta schools and their rankings: Murrieta Valley High School at #260 in California (1,191 nationally) Vista Murrieta High School at #277 in California (1,294 nationally) Murrieta Mesa High at... Read More
Temecula and Murrieta were once again named as two of the safest cities in the United States. Murrieta currently ranks as the second safest city in America. Telecuma follows it at the 6th spot. This is according to a recent statistical report from the financial website, 24/7 Wall St. Why Tenecula is Safe Aside from crime rates, the report also reviewed other socio-economic factors such as income, poverty rate, and education in the cities. The data from the report was... Read More
Foodies will discover a dazzling variety of restaurants that cater to virtually every taste in the Riverside County citMurrieta and Temecula. These two areas offer a diverse range of cuisine that includes almost everything, from steak to seafood, pizza to Mexican food, and a whole lot more. Here are some of the newest establishments to check out in Murrieta and Temecula: Sultan Bakery & Grill 25285 Madison Ave., Suite 106, Murrieta 951-894-4544 If you’re craving for authentic Lebanese meals and... Read More
It's always a good idea to travel when the opportunity presents itself, especially when it's to a place like Old Town in the SoCal city of Temecula. A beautiful little town made popular by its one-of-a-kind stores, bars restaurants, souvenir shops and, of course,its famously delicious, locally made wines and brews easily found in the town's many wineries, breweries, and tasting rooms.Since 2009, Old Town has pulled out all the stops to host the recently concluded annual food festival. Missed... Read More
Temecula proves once again that it is the heart of the Southern California wine country. With two events highlighting the very best of the region, wine lovers surely have a special place in their hearts for this special city. 1. The Temecula Valley Annual Barrel Tasting Weekend 2016 The Temecula Valley Annual Barrel Tasting Weekend is set to take place on January 30 -31, 2016. This annual event is a must-attend for everyone – from casual enthusiasts to wine connoisseurs.... Read More
Murrieta and Temecula in Riverside County are known for its rich culture, diversity, and vibrant lifestyle. These cities’ unique holiday events and traditions are not only excellent ways to explore their culture. These special occasions become the perfect time to get to know the community as you share in their merrymaking. Temecula Chilled Ongoing until December 31, 2015 A month-long celebration that’s the perfect way to see Temecula Valley in its splendor. Temecula Chilled encourages residents to spread the holiday... Read More