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

    The open road

    A travel blog entry by stephquine on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... to our hotel Best Western. The pool was heaven. After six months of snow and hot tubbing, it's so refreshing to wade around in cool water...we were doing backflips. We had bread and chippies for dinner (saving our pennies) and scabbed free Wifi from maccas before bed :) so happy to be reunited with my favourite Biggie girls and so so excited for Coachella ...

    Jim & June's Odyssey - 111218 Hemet, CA

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 18, 2011

    ... quickly backs into its hole (it never goes in head first). This goes on for about 10 minutes and when it's done, it plugs the hole with dirt (probably to keep snakes out).

    There's a bar in the adjoining city of San Jacinto that has rules which patrons must adhere to prior to entering. A big sign stipulates: "No gang or club colors; No backwards hats, No doo rags or bandanas; No sports attire or jerseys (except on sporting events); No excessive ...

    Where did the year go??

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on Dec 31, 2010

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    ... for 3 weeks. Then it was time for us to head back to the USA and off we go across the Sierra Madre’s and back into Texas. Just 3 simple hours with the incompetent morons at US Customs and we are back in our own country. Yep, Uh-Huh, you guessed it; things are just a little snugger. The dining out in places in Mexico where we stayed we’re so inexpensive (and delicious) it hardly paid to cook most nights. I hated coming back!!!!!

    The trip South of the ...

    Seven days in Palm Springs

    A travel blog entry by jonandfinola on Apr 01, 2010

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    ... trails we were greeted by a small animal (rodent??) who was looking up at us from a hole in the ground. We took a couple of photos, and he disappeared. He popped back up for another photo then, when he saw us he dropped back into his hole, and then filled it up with dirt from inside the hole to close it off. By the time he finished you wouldn't have guessed there was an animal there.

    We headed to Palm Canyon first and hiked up ...

    From Fire Station to Freeway

    A travel blog entry by reesies on Jun 06, 2009

    ... as it was an hour and a half drive. Sort of like Carterton to Wellington Airport - but for the traffic!

    She brought her 15 year old son Josh with her. The trip back included a stop at the FireStation in Long Beach (there are 23 of them...) to catch up with Jimmy who is on a 24 hour shift. Of course, they had a box of donuts and soda for the kids (some disgusting orange and pineapple concotion that is already a ...