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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      On our way home

      A travel blog entry by harrysusa on Aug 01, 2012

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      ... what we did on our last day in Las Vegas, 10 days ago! We think he is up to date, as we update the blog flying over the Pacific. As the USA is in heavy election mode at the moment we have seen campaign ads on a number of occasions (not that we have watched much TV). We make the following suggestions for Mr Obama, that we think could improve his prospects; - fix the roads, although the overpasses are very impressive, the road ...

      Christmas break

      A travel blog entry by jessicagodwin on Dec 22, 2010

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      ... over in Italy. Then, when everyone finally went home, my parents gave me a present to open, because that is our tradition to open one gift on Christmas eve. It was a real Prada clutch, and it's cheetah!! I love it :) The next morning we opened all of the rest of the gifts and I got a lot of great stuff, like tons of scrap booking stuff and new jacket, booties, jamies, perfume, and more. The next day I left for San Luis Obispo to finally see my boyfriend after 4 ...

      My Journey: A review...Part II.

      A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Mar 06, 2010

      1 comment

      ... 8 months of "study" and quit my job. I "jumped off the high board into the deep end of a very large swimming pool". I could have gone back to work, had an energy relapse, then collected long-term disability for the rest of my life. Now that would have made my life simple...NOT!

      Then I started planning a motorcycle expedition around Europe. With less then 500kms of riding experience and I would be riding a very big and top heavy motorcycle through various northern European ...

      Just a bit of a flutter

      A travel blog entry by chrissief13 on Aug 05, 2009

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      ... the handles. It seemed obvious though that we wouldn't be clearing Tim's $1,000 motorcycle deposit........although Cheryl did get lucky and came away around $16 in pocket. The rest of us had an evening of entertainment on $20/$25 it wasn't too bad. In fact the evening just slipped away and before we knew it midnight was drawing near so we arranged yet another taxi to take us back to Cheryl's. We were all done for, so called it a night and went to ...

      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 ...