Welcome to our Monday Gypsy Travels post. It’s Candy Rosenberg and you’ll be joining me on one of my vintage adventures… On a recent art retreat, Deconstructed Art by Jen Cushman, held in Temecula, California we had a day of “antiquing” with all the ladies. We met in town and checked out a few local stores.
Our first was Fourth Street Antiques, a great store with a variety of vendors to choose from.
One of our girls got an amazing child size dress form that we were all drooling over (picture included in post).
WARNING, this post is image heavy!
Let’s take a tour…
I then headed across the street to Temecula Old Town Antique Faire.
A pretty large store with various vendors and specializing in lots of smalls.
After perusing the Faire, I headed down the street a few blocks to meet up with the girls from the retreat at a fun and funky local restaurant, Black Bird Tavern.
Now onto the largest Antique store in the area, they boast over 12,000 square feet of vintage goodness…
I picked up a few goodies, however, I was flying home and not much room in the suitcase so sadly, so much stayed behind.
Safe Gypsy Travels,
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