Travelodge Hemet

Address: 2625 West Florida Ave., Hemet, California, 92545, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 2625 West Florida Ave., Hemet, is near Diamond Valley Lake and Soboba Springs Royal Vista Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Hemet

    Puddle Jumping

    A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 19, 2014

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... reflected in the larger group. I always knew we were food motivated but I never knew I could blame that on the Richards side of the family! They are wonderfully food motivated and enjoy home cooking and Asian food just like me! My little brother was encouraged enough to try Pho for the first time to his surprise and delight and he spent the next two days raving about it (it is absolutely amazing so who wouldn't?) and we spent the evenings ...

    Jim & June's Odyssey - 111218 Hemet, CA

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 18, 2011

    111218 Hemet, CA After leaving Sacramento, we stopped in Bakersfield for 3 nights to have the motorhome serviced at Stier's RV. They have a licenced technician for every component, are reasonably priced, associated with Good Sam and have recently been purchased by Camping World (all of them are the best in the RV business). One of the air conditioners had a siezed motor, the furnace needed a new fuel nozzle, the hot water tank needed a burner cleaning and ...

    Gear List

    A travel blog entry by stmoffatt on Mar 02, 2011

    ... we may encounter. I can add the down vest underneath if it gets real cold. I like Columbia gear because it's designed for backpacking so it's lightweight and compresses well without getting messed up. But it's also fashionable to wear. That way, you can be well prepared without looking like you're off to summit K2. And probably the most important part. My iPod. I am bringing all 11,311 songs. That's 56.85 gigs and 29.2 days worth of music. I hope its enough. ...

    Pastors' Conference

    A travel blog entry by misha_andronov on Jun 07, 2010

    17 photos

    ... Ministries and SO-MUCH-FUN-TIME with my newfound friends from DA GANG (it was pretty wild).
    The main revelation I received during the Pastors' conference in Murrieta was and is to return always to the simplicity and beauty of abiding in Christ and of teaching His Word simply (2 Cor.11:3).
    P.S. Dima and I stayed at the Stone Lodge in Murrieta Hot Springs! Folks who know what it is, it's a VIP hotel!!! Pics attached...
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    Just a bit of a flutter

    A travel blog entry by chrissief13 on Aug 05, 2009

    1 photo

    ... courtesy of Cheryl. THANKS CHERYL THAT WAS REALLY KIND OF YOU.... and what a wonderful setting. We all chose a 'flight' of wines to taste and they came to the table together with an information sheet describing each one, accompanied by bread and goats cheese which was delicious. The afternoon was very enjoyable and soon whizzed by. A phone call from Greg, needing directions (he had been to San Diego with the others and had got back ...