Driver or no driver was the question, I kept going back and forth in my head. The thought about having the option of using a limo service never ran through my mind until, my son used one for his prom at Chaparral High School.
I wanted to plan a night out with the wifey and I wanted it to be different this time. So I came up with the brilliant idea of going on a wine tasting tour in this beautiful city of Temecula.
For those who don’t know Temecula is known as Temecula Valley Wine Country, home of some of the finest wineries in the world. Of course I picked the one and only, South Coast Winery Resort and Spa.
Everyone I came across with had told, if your ever in Temecula and you want to hit up a good winery, you got to try the South Coast Winery at least ONCE. I tried and all I can say is that, it lived up to the hype.
Alright enough about what winery I went with and how great it was, this post was about how I got there.
I not only wanted to arrive in fashion but I wanted to enjoy all the wines they have to offer and not worry about being the designated driver or will I still be functional enough to drive back home.
I remember when I was in my younger days, I used to hate being the so called “Designated Driver.”
It was the worst position to be on party night. I felt like I was the parent who tagged along with everyone to make sure everyone was behaving and acting responsibly.
So I decided, maybe I should get a limo, that should pretty much solve all my problems and worries.
So first thing I did was call up Temecula Limo, the same limo service my son used and booked one right away.
After riding in one their stretch limousines, I could recall every comment my son made going through my head. Temecula Limo did live up to my son’s hype (nice interior, driver was nice, luxury feeling etc…..).
So there you have it, if you having the Designated Driver Dilemma, your problem has just been solved.