Rodeway Inn

4210 Spring Street, La Mesa, California, 91941, United States | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $70.00

Travel Blogs from La Mesa

A door to a new beginning (Intro)

A travel blog entry by rawrimadinosaur


... So I kinda maybe possibly went to crawl inside. It was so strange, it led me to the forest beside my house! Does that mean someones trying to rob our house! THAT. Will not happen.. But who built that dusty old tunnel? Whoever it is.. And if your reading this. ...


A travel blog entry by tradition


Started our trek up the coast to investigate the California beaches. Started at the Cabrillo National Monument and lighthouse. Took a walk down to the water to check out the tide pools at low tide but we didn't see any marine life from our spot on the rocks and it was a little tricky getting down the rocks any further. Beautiful spot...we could sit and watch the surf all ...

Sun burnt in paradise

A travel blog entry by mattskinner


... really cool – it featured a lot of once abandoned cats and dogs, as well as pigs, kangaroos and birds. They were all trained to run in and out of certain obstacles and up ropes, down ladders, pull up weights and interact with each other – it was very cool seeing that pets other than dogs could be trained so well.

In the evening we headed to an American sports bar called ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by lexie.rochelle

... I returned, Kelsey was getting ready to go meet her friends in a little bit. Neal Erwin was just getting up. Kelsey and I went to Oscar's Mexican Seafood to get breakfast. I used to think that Kono's Grill had the best breakfast burritos, but not any more. While Kono's is really good, it is also way more crowded. You could wait up to an hour in line if you don't get there early. Oscar's is definitely better and there is not a line to order or get your ...

Old town

A travel blog entry by robannie


... the brightly coloured Mexican influenced articles for sale.. we even had Mexican musicians, sombreros and all in one of the cafe areas..

next was a trolley ride ... the trolley buses run from old town to downtown on one route and downtown to the Mexican border on the other route....

during the 1860 s the 16 blocks of san diegos gaslamp quarter, where we got off the trolley, was known for prostitution, gambling and drinking but in the 1970 s ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on 4210 Spring Street, La Mesa, is near Mission Trails Regional Park, San Diego Historical Society Museum, World's Largest Lemon, and South Bay Drive-In.
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