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Currently we're planning on spending 3 nights in Temecula, 2 full days, as part of our 2 week journey around San Diego County and deserts. We're wondering if we should only stay 2 nights in Temecula and add another one on to the 3 we're staying in Torrey Pines before we head back to the east coast. Do you feel there's enough to do in Temecula to fill the time?

Any suggestions for good wineries or wineries with great picnic spots? Plan to visit Idyllwild on our way from Palm Desert to Temecula. Hope it's not under snow.

On the way to Torrey Pines, we plan to visit San Juan Capistrano (see other thread). Will be visiting La Jolla on a Sunday as we have dinner reservations at Georges. Then will criss cross the area seeing other sights such as flower fields in Encinitas, maybe Quail Botanical Gardens, definitely Scripps Aquarium and Torrey Pines Preserve, beaches. Definitely not Legoland.

Originally thought that spending time in Temecula would be just a low key place to relax, but now think there's probably too much to see on the coast in the time we have.

Your thoughts?

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