Rodeway Inn

Address: 4210 Spring Street, La Mesa, California, 91941, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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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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Travel Blogs from La Mesa

Tucson to San Diego

A travel blog entry by analegge on Oct 08, 2014

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Extraordinary to wake up to rain. We are in the desert!! So we set off in the rain. Not pleasant driving conditions for such a long drive but the traffic was light so not too bad. We struggled to find breakfast so ended up having a hotdog at a gas station to keep us going till we got to Yuma. There we stopped at the IHOP for Michael to fill up a bit more. My stomach still not back to normal so I settled for coffee. We crossed ...

Baseball game and Coronado Island

A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Aug 14, 2014

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... even in the street walking down to the Petco Stadium. Everyone was either dressed in one form of Padres shirt, wearing the cap or dressed head to toe in Padres gear. We felt slightly underdressed. After getting through the turnstile into the stadium we made for the official store selling all the gear. Everything was really expensive so we headed to the 50% off rack. We both bought T-shirts with "Headley 7" on the back. We had no idea who he or she ...

Mexican Celebrations

A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 04, 2014

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... weather by parking up their RVs. The sea was covered with surfers, and the beachfront by runners and dog walkers. We spent most the day there, and we able to just easily wander back to our camper van to start preparing our dinner, after which we went to go see the beautiful sunset on the beach. However the next day was going to be a lot busier with a visit to Balboa Park, a walk around down town San Diego, and then the port. After a local tradition of ...

If I don't lose 30kgs on this trip. ........

A travel blog entry by smarch73 on Sep 29, 2013

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... the beginning.. ..I had just finished telling Andrew a couple of days ago how impressed I was with the San Diego public transport system - refer to Rule number 1. But in their defense, they had no control over all the road closures, changes to the bus and trolley routes that were necessary and that we were naive Aussie tourists traveling without a map! However.. ...the dude at the bus stop who deliberately sent us on a wild goose chase, ...

Ready to Roll

A travel blog entry by thequestforps on Jun 25, 2013

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So I was going to write this nice long entry about all my prep for the trip & the days leading up to me leaving. But my back hurts, I've hardly sat down all day, I have this ugly & painful zit making its way right out of my upper lip (I literally look like I have a fat lip), & it's nearly 11:30pm. 5:00am rolls around quickly (I was supposed to leave by 5:00am, but lets be real here: I won't be waking until at least then.) ...