La Petite Rouge Motel

Address: 6840 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, California, 92115, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the East County area of San Diego, is near Palm Canyon, Mission Trails Regional Park, San Diego Historical Society Museum, and World's Largest Lemon.
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Travel Blogs from San Diego

The end of the trail

A travel blog entry by billhall on Jan 02, 2015

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... be future cars for us and it was cool to be able to check them out in this environment. They also had classic cars, exotics, restorations, all matters of automotive rolling stock.

One of the coolest things we experienced was a company that had adaptive lifts and customized vehicles for people with physical impairments. We're WAY beyond hand controls here. They had a Z71 Chevy Pickup with a driver chair lift built into it. ...

San Diego

A travel blog entry by lesmichelini on Jul 24, 2014

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Before leaving for San Diego we make a tour of Palm Springs, we watch some beautiful houses and buildings built last century. After a very light lunch, in the early afternoon we drive in direction of San Diego. Our hotel is in an Island in front of the San Diego harbour and Bay, connected to the continent via a bridge. Its name is Coronado, and represents another nice discovery. The village is very calm and charming, with many victorian style houses, nice shops and ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by vigdis on Jul 22, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... than some of the other beach communities and has a huge pier also. Lots of surfers and funky, divey restaurants and bars. We headed to Hodad's which is another Diners, Drive Ins and Dives recommendation. The line was down the sidewalk when we got there, but fortunately for us, we had the right number of people in our party and managed to quickly score a front window seat that opens into the sidewalk. Our waiters were all surfer dudes, with tattoos ...


A travel blog entry by aldreamsbig on Mar 27, 2014

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... an experience that was going to be a lifetime memory, but, also the fact it was going to help and motivate others along their own individual journeys. I feel mine taught me the important of selflessness, and how other people not yourself are needed to assist you along your path. To deny them from helping you is actually hurting your own self!
One of the main reasons for my trip across the country was to prove to myself, that when we set our minds to anything, ...

Day 9 Traffic, canoe, and friendly people

A travel blog entry by drhammer on Feb 18, 2014

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... even admitting we went there) we were just a tad bit irritable. Thankfully we found that nice park to sleep at and felt safe and with a bathroom! Bonus! When we got to the park, there was a big dark cloud coming so Dave and I cooked dinner quickly expecting it to rain any moment. All the locals seemed to just be chilling and not concerned about it. There were a lot of nice folks at the park with their dogs and many seemed eager to chat with ...