Ramada Temecula Old Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... and it served us very well. By the time we left, we'd been on all the rides and seen almost all the shows we wanted to.
Particular highlights were: the "Manta" roller coaster (favourite part of the day for Will, Alec and Daddy); stroking real rays (Jill - "their skin's incredibly smooth and velvety". Gerald - "that's because it's covered in mucous". Jill - "&?!£@/(@") which was one of Ben's best moments; the Atlantis ride (which Ben insists was one ...
... colds. We seem to be over the worst of the jet lag now, I'm pleased to say. Ian's cold has basically disappeared, and mine is so much better. We've also had no Internet connection. Previously, we had shared our neighbor's Internet service, but they moved last week, and with them went our Internet. Ian was able to figure something else out, but it meant ordering some sort of widget. Said widget ...
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 ...
... indeed! The next day we were up and about and full of enthusiasm for the day ahead. Feeling like we were climbing out of the Grand Canyon again, we climbed up some of the steepest streets in San Fran to see what is claimed to be the most crooked (most winding) street in the world. It is a section of Lombard Street (about 400 meters worth) that is made up of eight tight hairpin turns and looks like a mini Sani Pass! It was built to reduce the steepness of this section of road that ...