HISTORIC DOWNTOWN | Temecula

From the so-called Old World of Europe, it’s interesting to view anything labeled as historic while we’re here in America. Small California towns that have a historic downtown aren’t really much older than at most 200 years, and with respect to locals, given how well-kept the structures are, it’s easy to look at them as reproductions in a theme park setting.

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It’s glaring how car-centric California is based on how invasively parked vehicles are along Main Street, taking a decent photo of any of the historic buildings was challenging to the point of annoyance. However, from the wood-covered sidewalks to the old west feel of the buildings, historic downtown Temecula was attractive, polished, and if only for the antique shops, well worth a quick visit.

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