Days Inn La Mesa Suites - San Diego

7475 El Cajon Blvd., La Mesa, California, 91941, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7475 El Cajon Blvd., La Mesa, is near Palm Canyon, Mission Trails Regional Park, World's Largest Lemon, and Las Palmas.
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    Travel Blogs from La Mesa

    Hey there

    A travel blog entry by steve88 on May 12, 2014

    ... grand parents. We went back to Taylor's after as he lives up that way for a night cap and some cards. Then shawn dropped me back downtown and he went to Mexico and I started my sherif shift. It's been fun here so far, bit different to what I was expecting. It sucks cause i don't go to bed till really late every night meaning early mornings don't happen. Like today I wanted to hit the beach early but might not even go now as it lunchtime and I can't ...

    Exactly how to puppy proof your cottage

    A travel blog entry by venomousal934 on Nov 18, 13

    ... Bowls are places where your young puppy can stray and potentially drown. Constantly keep your commode bowl lid down as the toilet cleansers you make use of might be dangerous to your puppy if swallowed.

    Location Cleaning Offers in high cabinets or again you can use child security locks to your cabinets. Because the vapors could get in their eyes as well as wreak havoc to their lungs, when you are cleansing and is utilizing spray cleaners keep your puppy ...

    Anaheim - San Diego

    A travel blog entry by redaly67 on Aug 20, 2013

    ... a number of people about tipping and the rules that apply. Most including a pharmacist that Red met in San Francisco said don't tip much more than 10% unless you want to. We have found that we tip about 15% or there abouts. Cash also seems to be more widely used than in Australia now. We are becoming a cashless society ( I know the kids never have cash or much cash on them), but here you need it for tipping. ...

    Out and About

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 30, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... Roderick and Judy Graeme; & Angela Rinaldi.

    That was Sunday, on Monday we were headed for Venice Beach and a short visit to the Venice canals, yes, Venice, CA has canals. They are beautiful. Anyway we started that way and as there was so much traffic and no place to park an rv, we got on the Pacific Coast Highway and were planning to drive to Zuma Beach. Well once Jens gets going a direction, it is hard to turn him around. He had heard of a place ...

    A New face of California.

    A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Mar 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... past the USS Midway where its a old navy ship turned into a really nice restraunt, we also passed places like Balboa Park, Museum of Art, went over the Coronado Bridge which has a funny fact that they had to build a curve in the bridge just so it could pass the length that they needed for the government to pay for it instead of the city!

    There is so many things to see and do in San Diego anything from going to the Zoo to the Sea Life Park or going out at night, they ...