Heritage Inn La Mesa

Address: 7851 Fletcher Pkwy, La Mesa, California, 91942, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7851 Fletcher Pkwy, La Mesa, is near Palm Canyon, Mission Trails Regional Park, World's Largest Lemon, and Las Palmas.
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    Travel Blogs from La Mesa

    Day 57. California

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Aug 06, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... as we want to go into Mexico tomorrow. We will go by trolley as only a few stops away, we are virtually on the border here. If we went by car we would have to pay an extra $20 for insurance. We feel the car is safer parked at the motel than in a car park at the border. We have been advised to get a taxi from the border and only pay $5 ( they will try for more) and only go to the main square of Revolution ...

    San Diego Zoo

    A travel blog entry by thejackson3 on Apr 18, 2015

    4 photos

    ... to walk downhill... Mostly... Think our body clocks must still be a little out of sync as Owen wanted a hotdog at 10am.. Luckily Americans are crazy enough to be selling them at this time! They came with some Jungle biscuits which was weird enough.. Even more weird when Owen decided to add them to his hotdog :s Owen also had his first taste of a holiday romance ...

    Stay Classy San Diego!

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Nov 14, 2014

    34 photos

    ... terminal, loading passengers ready for its departure and we were just thinking that will be us in less than three weeks!

    We wondered down the whole water front, which was packed with all sorts of attractions. There were some cool looking sailing ships out the front of the Maritime Museum and a little further down there was a grand opening of some sort, so there were street performers out, bands playing and lots of hustle and bustle. The USS Midway, which was one of ...

    CHAPTER 8: San Diaaaaggggoooohhh!

    A travel blog entry by madsandmike on Jun 12, 2014

    ... to see them and the line just seemed to be getting longer. We thought we would leave Ron Burgundy and Veronica Corningstone to cover that one ;) Legoland was pretty good. It would have been a whole lot better if you were under the age of twelve. Well, that explains why Mike liked it so much, just kidding. A lot of the rides were made for little kids, not like Disneyland where they were made for big kids too (like ...

    Cory Works and Works Some More

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 26, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... of the animals, very realistic and you can see the animals up close. We didn't go to the shows, we have seen those before in San Antonio.

    We didn't do the rides either. It really wasn't that crowded considering some kids were already out of school for Thanksgiving. But still, the kids are a bit frantic. We saw sharks, turtles, penquins and a huge walrus. Actually, the underwater walrus ...