Northgate Motel

Address: 461 N Magnolia Ave, El Cajon, California, 92020-3606, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from El Cajon


A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Apr 24, 2015

... thing I knew I had shifted direction from Canada and was headed back to the Mexican border. The drive south was a trip back through time. Instead of shipping the girls food packages they were dropping them off by hand in each of the trail towns. With each stop we saw more hikers as we neared the herd, and with each stop the memories seemed more distant. As we neared the resupply stops closer to the border the hikers seemed as ...

Rain rain go away

A travel blog entry by xmarksthespot on Dec 03, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... from LA to San Diego and wow the roads here are insane , six lanes of cars and trucks and busses , the indicators are red so it was hard to see in the heavy rain, oh yeah forgot to mention the rain, not the best weather for jake to learn to drive In, took me 3 tries to walk to the right side of the car , and I was so stressed I think I was holding onto my seat the whole way. I must say tho Jake drove so well considering my backseat driving haha we arrived in San Diego ...

"Uh, is that butter or ice cream?"

A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 20, 2014

17 photos

... only 7pm. Getting hungry, we all started making moves towards food. I was with Breezer, Tay, Carlee, Hannah, Annie, Katie, and Jacob as we were set to find a place with good authentic Mexican food and margaritas. We asked a local for a recommendation and ended up at Hacienda Casa Blanca where we were not disappointed & even enjoy having some love music in the background. Appreciating our last night together, we enjoyed our meal, & headed ...

San Diego Day Trip

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Jul 16, 2014

6 photos

... of San Diego, which is where the original town stood, and it has authentic buildings and shops with people wearing the correct dress for the time period. The shops included places to buy rocks (opals, amethysts etc.), jewelry shops, saloons, restaurants, and of course candy shops. It was great to see all of the history that goes with the area! We returned home at around 9.30pm, so it was a long day for the younger people among us. ...

Of Beaches, Warships, Safaris and Shopping Malls

A travel blog entry by bowiefamily on Jan 04, 2014

17 photos

... was first established as a breeding centre, but they are now open to the general public, partly because they felt that sharing awareness regarding conservational issues was necessary. After the tram ride, we wandered through the bat enclosure. They were very cute and fuzzy and made some great photos! And of course, we had to visit the petting zoo, where we got to brush and play with some adorable goats.

I felt that another ...