Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country readies for spring staycations

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Bolero Restaurante at Europa Village embodies the taste of Spain, featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Temecula Valley businesses ready to welcome back Southern California visitors this spring with current COVID-19 restrictions in mind. Visit Temecula Valley, the region’s official tourism marketing organization and resource for visitors, recommended Sunday through Thursday staycations for a slower pace, more open spaces and better rates. The wine-plus destination provides a safe getaway with its outdoor spaces and activities, as well as cleaning protocols and social distancing in place. Here are some of the newest things to do, dining options and places to stay. New Things to Do  Temecula Wine Country E-Bike Rentals allows visitors to get on the trails and explore the region with state-of-the-art electric bikes. The bikes are designed to make the ride smooth and ea
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