Jacumba Hot Springs Hotel

Address: 44500 Old Highway 80, Jacumba, California, 91934 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 44500 Old Highway 80, Jacumba.
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    Travel Blogs from Jacumba

    C,mon it's only the 2nd day

    A travel blog entry by mckpct on May 05, 2015

    ... I haven't need to check a map as often as I thought. Nothing out of the ordinary. I haven't gotten the "Hiker hunger" yet, so I am forcing myself to eat. I start dinner at 530 at a campground. I still have 3 miles to go before a campsite that I don't have to pay for. I pop an Ibuprofen....it's only the 2nd day. c'mon. after dinner, I meet up with Blair and Bruce, stay the night around them. and prepare for another 5 30 pack up 'n go.

    Fourth Leg of the PCT - Kitchen Crk/Brnt Rancheria

    A travel blog entry by dlesicko on Mar 15, 2015

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    ... car keys in Alex's car, therefore he had no way to get us back to our vehicle. We decided to press on with hope that someone would give us a lift back to Kitchen Creek Rd. We had another splendid day for hiking, blue sky, a strong breeze, and a pleasant temperature. The last few miles of the hike were the most pleasant for me. We entered a pine covered section ...

    Second Leg of PCT - 10.9 to Lake Morena

    A travel blog entry by dlesicko on Feb 16, 2015

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    Frank and I decided to hike the second leg without Alex, he was going to Disneyland with his family, but we were anxious to get back on the trail. In anticipation of having to walk back through the ranches we had to pass through in order to get off the trail last time, Frank called both ranchers and asked permission to pass through. Both said that would be fine. We ended up parking Frank's truck on one of the ranches and began our journey through the ...

    First Leg of the PCT - Border to mile 10.9

    A travel blog entry by dlesicko on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... and three more gates. We hoped that no one would see us and were counting on everyone being inside watching the NFC championship game. We crawled over the last gate without incident, then continued our walk back to the car. The total distance form the PCT, where we got off the trail, to the car was about 3 miles, so we ended up hiking about 14 miles the first day. Blisters on both feet, may need some new shoes. My legs were sore for a few days afterward but not too ...

    The wine valley

    A travel blog entry by mardaf on Jun 07, 2014

    ... region where we had book a hotel the previous night. We had a general idea of where we were going but try as we would couldn't find it. While we were on the side of the road a police car stopped so I asked the officer if he knew where it was. We were close but we ended up with a police escort right to the hotel which was down a dirt road.

    The hotel was actual in a vineyard and check in was very simple. ...