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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      Going home

      A travel blog entry by maustravels on Nov 15, 2013

      Woke up to a beautiful blue ski morning....windy and will be 34 again today. Had breakfast at the hotel with the added bonus of the leftover baguette and grapes from last nights dinner. The YVR flight is full so we are now on the Calgary flight and hope to make the connection to YVR as it is snowing in Calgary. That would be quite the adjustment if we had to stay over the night. We had ...

      Wow, it's still really, really hot!

      A travel blog entry by mamatufy on Jul 22, 2011

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      One thing we like to do whenever we are in a new area is to scope out the local book scene. We looked up bookstores online & found a couple places to check out. None were remarkable enough to spend much time on, but let me just comment on the supposedly grouchy woman at the store supposedly called Keep on Bookin'. She seemed a little odd but was friendly enough.

      Culture Shock?

      A travel blog entry by jennyandpaul2 on May 24, 2010

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      ... about "re-entry" for awhile now, so we were more or less ready for it. It was nice to put the brain on auto-pilot for a little while; do our laundry in machines that don’t take 3 hours to wash clothes; drive on the right side of the road; and have people around you who have known you forever. Hopefully, that won’t be a permanent state when we get home (auto-pilot, that is), but after months of having to be aware ...

      Just a bit of a flutter

      A travel blog entry by chrissief13 on Aug 05, 2009

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      ... 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 ...

      Hemet, CA

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Jan 12, 2009

      ... and weapons technology evolved so quickly that several planes were practically obsolete before they were used for the initial purpose i.e. Fighters became reconnaissance, bombers became refuelers, sonar scanners became transports, etc.

      The self guided audio tour c/w several video screens showed fuel transfers, bomb loading, crashes, failed catapult "shots" and numerous historical events. Amazingly, they could launch a plane every 30 seconds and land them ...