end up at

end up at (some place)

To reach a particular location, often unintentionally. We wanted to go to the beach on Saturday, but because traffic was so bad, we ended up at the mall instead. When my car's engine overheated, I ended up at the mechanic instead of my big job interview. Hey, how was Saturday night? Where did you end up at?
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end up at something

to be at something or some place at the end. The plane ended up at Denver airport because of a storm in Colorado Springs. We ended up at home for the evening because the car broke down.
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