Inn at Churon Winery
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We arrived in San Diego Wednesday morning! I unfortunately had to go straight to work but afterwards I met Matthew at our hotel, The Hilton at Torrey Pines in La Jolla. It is a gorgeous hotel and our room had pretty views of the golf course! Tonight we ate at the hotel. We sat outside in perfect weather with views overlooking the pool.
... We got a later start than planned, pulling out of Pechanga at 11:15 AM. Traffic was very slow in places, and it took almost 2 1/2 hours to cover the 70 miles from Temecula to Victorville. Traffic on the ride home was extremely heavy, and slow in spots. We got home about 6:15 PM, with 6 hours of driving and an hour for lunch in Barstow. All-in-all, it was a great trip!
Total mileage: 650
Total drive time: 12 hours
Average mileage: 12.5 ...
... of water onto the audience! Anyway, we all thoroughly enjoyed it and, had we had time, would probably have returned for a second viewing later in the day.
When we came out of the show we couldn't quite believe how thoroughly rammed the whole park had become. We'd received a very useful tip from a person at the gate when we came into the car park - go for the best rides when the shows are about to start. We pretty much followed this mantra for the rest of ...
Hey friends and fam, just a short entry tonight as it was a day filled with travelling,
Originally we were going to wake early and go for a stroll along the strip but after Kate decided to hit snooze on her alarm 5 times and Sarah and myself having no desire to go anywhere we decided to sleep in untill 915 before our 10am checkout. We left vegas at 10am and then headed back home on the ...
... across an awesome photo opportunity of these really pretty colourful houses on the hill, with the rest of San Fran and the bay in the background. We oohed and aahed a bit and then moved on in search of the well known Painted Ladies (Picturesque houses in a row), which we'd heard a lot about. We chose the windiest hill in the city to open up our huge ass map to try and figure out where to go, looking like such wallies. As we tend to do, we attracted two guys who offered help in directing ...