Inn at Churon Winery
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... their house one night and watch the boys play in their back yard with their dogs, Joe and Louis. We went to the beach with a plan to ride some waves on some boogie boards.... no.... no not these Floridians.... too cold.
Lloyd and Bonnie took us to one of their favorite restaurants, The Pit Stop... Great chow.
Weather is awesome - 70's during the day 50's at night - no rain in sight.
... after breakfast. 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 ...
... room was huge with king beds and finally a large walk in shower with decent taps and shower heads. Good showers have been a rarity in the hotels we have stayed at. We ducked out to once again hit the factory outlets. There were still a few items on the shopping lists that hadn't been ticked. Finally found a lovely new leather IPad case on sale in the Fossil store. A few more Chrissy gifts some clothes for Hamish and most importantly, another bag was bought to transport everything ...
... Screamin'" was good so Alec and I (there being no other takers for California's longest and fastest roller coaster) ran off to do that. Best ride of the holiday in the expert view of Alec.
We took in (just the highlights, again) the Monsters Inc ride, a Muppet show, the Silly Symphony Swings, Goofy's Sky School (a ridiculously jolty mini rollercoaster in the vein of the "Mouse" at Alton Towers, for any 'coaster aficionados reading), ...
... with mango salsa (and shared one margarita). Continuing the great drive south with the spectacular ocean views. With the amount of people out doing a variety of physical activity (biking, walking, surfing, etc), we get the impression that the California stereotype of fitness is warranted.
Ronnie salivated as we made a quick stop at the famous Torrey Pines golf course (luckily he has ...