Temecula, California is a Riverside County city with a population of about 107,000 people. Over 70 percent of the city’s residents identify as white. It also has sizeable Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Temecula’s location just north of San Diego County makes it a major tourist attraction, especially for wine lovers and golfers. It’s known for pleasant temperatures and relatively little rainfall throughout the year.
The city is a prominent tourist destination, with the Temecula Valley Wine Country, Old Town Temecula, the Temecula Valley Polo Club, the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, the Temecula Valley International Film Festival, championship golf courses, and resort accommodations attracting a significant amount of tourists which appreciably contributes to the city’s economic profile.
Temecula has a Mediterranean climate (Köppen: CSa). August is typically the hottest month of the year with December being the coldest month. Most precipitation occurs from November to March with February being the wettest month. Winter storms generally bring moderate precipitation, but strong winter storms are not uncommon especially during “El Niño” years. The driest month is June. Annual precipitation is 14.14 inches. Morning marine layer is common during May and June. From July to September, Temecula experiences hot, dry weather with the occasional North American monsoonal flow that increases the humidity and brings isolated thunderstorms. Most of the storms tend to be short lived with little, if any rainfall. During late fall into winter, Temecula experiences dry, windy north-eastern Santa Ana winds. Snowfall is rare, but Temecula has experienced traces of snowfall on occasion, some as recently as December 2014. A rare F1 tornado touched down in a Temecula neighborhood on February 19, 2005.
Temecula was the location of a massacre related to the Mexican-American War. During December 1846, a California militia joined forces with Cahuilla Indians to slaughter approximately 40 Luiseno Indians. After the war, European settlers moved into the area where they also fought native peoples. Although a treaty was signed, the U.S. never ratified it. The Luisenos bravely challenged the authority of outside governments to take their land but were eventually defeated.
At Bullion Trading LLC we like to stay informed and keep customers informed about anything and everything to do with gold and silver buying/selling and investing but this directory is specifically for Cuban link chains for men in Temecula, California.
Over the next year Bullion Trading LLC will be publishing numerous articles on our blog where the best chains will be recommended. A common theme that runs through all of these blog posts is the prominence of Temecula, CA Cuban link chains. This style of chain is also referred to as the “Miami Cuban link chain”.
The Cuban link chain is the king of gold chains in every way. It’s the most expensive, it’s the heaviest, it stands out over the rest, it’s the most stylish and it’s the most coveted of all men’s gold chains in Temecula.
And we should know. The feedback online from customers who have purchased these Cuban link chains in Temecula in relation to all of other available gold chains is pretty impressive. But certain types of customers have a real devotion to the Cuban link style chain is astounding.
So we decided to dedicate a whole directory which includes Temecula, CA to this spectacular chain.
We should also point out that Bullion Trading LLC has a nice selection of Cuban link chain necklaces and gold necklaces for men.
Local Cuban link chains and men’s gold necklaces shops in Temecula, California
Below is a list with a few of the popular necklaces shops in the Temecula, CA area.