Vagabond Inn Hemet

Address: 2688 E Florida Ave, Hemet, California, 92544, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 2688 E Florida Ave, Hemet, is near Diamond Valley Lake and Soboba Springs Royal Vista Golf Course.
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        Travel Blogs from Hemet

        May 1st - 5th The first week of my 7 month leave!

        A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on May 01, 2014

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        Wow. We have now been in the desert for almost 3 weeks, which was holiday time for me, and May 1st was the first official day of my 7 month leave. It's the third time I have participated in the Employee Funded Leave program at work, although this time I took 7 rather than 6 months off. The theory is that you defer enough of our salary during 2 or more years to keep your salary consistent during the time you are off. Although you live on a ...

        Home again

        A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Feb 09, 2013

        Well, here I am sitting on my own living room sofa writing one last blog... gotta close the around the world line on my travel map! It was another long travel day yesterday but not too terrible - flights were on time and all that. We walked in the front door about 24 hours after we had left our Paris hotel in the morning. I'll spend the day uploading photos, reading mail, and doing ...

        Im & June's Odyssey - 110217 Hemet, CA

        A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Feb 17, 2011

        ... People started arrriving a week before the race, parked their RV's on the infield (and for $7,000 got a pit pass, a spin around the track and a racing jacket), viewed all the practice/qualifying runs from skyboxes and obtained unlimited access to block parties, concerts, stunt shows, driver inductions, BBQ's, autograph sessions, savenger hunts, etc. We paid $120 for $300 seats. There were 43 cars in the race and when the green flag dropped, the ground rumbled - they're ...

        I had chipotle for lunch

        A travel blog entry by showbizkelly on Oct 12, 2010

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        Desert Heat

        A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 06, 2009

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        ... stopped here at the beach for a couple of hours so Paul and Emma could perfect their boogie boarding skills. The beach was beautiful - full of people (we wonder why they haven't got jobs!) and the waves were massive. The beach was about 2 miles long with loads of life guard stations along it and houses/hotels right on the front. Alongside the sea front the there is a train track and the main trains from ...