Hampton Inn & Suites Hemet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Well, we finally had to tackle the trek through LA. Neither of us was looking forward to it. We were on the road by 8:30 after a quick stop for gas. We decided to take the Pacific Coast Highway through Malibu to Santa Monica then take I-10 east the rest of the way.
The drive on the PCH was very pretty, along the water once we got through Oxnard. Lots of surfers out, even at that early hour and hundreds of cyclists. Obviously a popular ...
... to Chris house for a bit before then heading to camp and back home for tea.
On the Friday me and Britney decided to go to LA fitness gym where she was a member, it was crazy big there as it had loads of ergometers, swimming pool, squash courts, weights and a basketball court. We worked out for about an hour, I started to feel quite weak when Britney, when performing the leg press placed around 60 kg of weights whilst I put on 30kg, I then suddenly ...
... LAX to the Marriott, which we did. We then called to let her know we were there and she said they’d be there in about an hour. We took advantage of free wi-fi and a sports bar at the hotel waiting for them to arrive (we found out that they started the baseball season without us). When they did arrive, we were happy to see Nancy, Bill and Samantha, but then were shocked (and delighted) to see that Jenny’s brother, ...
... large suitcase opened ..... no sat nav .... smaller suitcase, within the large suitcase opened .... SAT NAV ... found. This living out of suitcases was taking its toll! Eventually we checked out and were on our way towards Temecula to see 'Auntie' Cheryl, with Angie at the helm.......well as far as the gas station next door for fuel top up anyway. Chrissie went off to find some bottled water for the journey while Angie and Wendy got ...
... Sugar, Limber and Coulter (has 12" long cones) pine trees, spruce, oak and sweet smelling cedars surrounding a very picturesque downtown (similar to Kimberly, BC) where every building/store is built from logs. The 3,503 residents live in cabins valued at $350k and ritzy shacks called "Retreats, Lodges, Coves, Glens, Castles and Estates" go for a cool million +. The town is known for its music festivals, cultural events, outdoor theatrical productions, ...