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Waking up this morning we knew we had a long day ahead of us. Also as we were leaving Bahia Concepcion I found myself (Malin) feeling somewhat sad having to say good bye to so many people in such a short time. Just last week I dropped off my parents at the airport the same day as Jess and I left our apartment for Ventura to say good bye to his mom …
... started. We motored for about an hour to the north hugging the shore along the way. The landscape was like nothing I'd seen with an diverse mix of geological features. Distinct layers of orange to brown sandstone and brown rock were cut into sharp cliffs by the ocean. Islands of rock and cacti were inhabited by so many birds that their white feces gave the appearance of a fresh snow the night before. It reminded me of an ocean at the center of the deserts of Arizona. ...
... but more importantly the breeze is better which keeps us cooler. And cooler is always good for us PNW types. From here it looks like so many towns we have anchored off or driven through. The main drag runs right along the waterfront and is known as the "malecon" in Spanish. There is plenty of traffic. Just like home.
We arrived Sunday early in the day. The first thing Rick did after getting the boat set up in anchored mode ...
... We left there very satisfied!
A long drive put us in the town of La Paz. We're couchsurfing here for a night or two. Met Alex and Candice at the supermarket and followed them to their little Mexica pad. We sat up all night and chewed the fat, while Candice made a kick ass pizza from scratch (kudos). We really hit it off and so after two days it was almost teary leaving! They are both teaching english there so we were able to go into a class ...
... on a long trip. I personally hate the bloody things! We read on Chris & Janet’s blog that their Hi Lux is now suffering from distorted wheel rims as a result of having run into too many unseen topes at speed.
We have been using more of the toll roads in Mexico to enable us to cover bigger daily distances to catch up on our schedule. The tolls are quite expensive, sometimes well over 100 Pesos for a car like ours for around 100 kms. But if taking into account wear ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Tuscany Inn La Paz
Great Location, Wonderful Experience!
Our three nights at Casa Tuscany in La Paz were the best of our trip to Baja. La Paz is a beautiful city, and Casa Tuscany is in a central location for enjoying all the city has to offer. The hosts, Patricia and Ken, were wonderful as well, and they gave fantastic suggestions for restaurants and activities. We stayed in the very comfortable Romeo and Juliet suite. The roof top terrace overlooking the city and ocean (a great place for watching the sunset) was our favorite feature of the room. I would highly recommend Casa Tuscany and will definitely stay there when we return to La Paz!
My husband and I, along with our four daughters (ranging from ages 13-21) had the time of our life at Casa Tuscany! We spent one week over Christmas 2005 and New Years 2006.
Highly recommended, good value.
A lovely place. We stayed at the beginning and end of our tour around Baja, as it was a great alternative to staying in Cabo after flying in. The owner was warm and welcoming. The room was basic but clean and the breakfast, eaten in the courtyard, was great. The courtyard featured many beautiful plants and flowers and was frequently visited by hummingbirds. The owner knows the local restaurants and recommended a tasty, authentic place up the road.
Casa Tuscany is such a pleasant place, it is difficult to leave it and attend to the tourist things one is in LaPaz for. Each room has a seperate private entry from a central courtyard, which also serves as the breakfast area. The four quite different rooms satisfy a broad range of tastes and budgets. A consistently fabulous breakfast is served with birdsong accompaniment and the entertaining antics of busy hummingbirds. The gracious hosts are excellent conversationalists, but are sensitive to just how much conversastion the guests desire. They are also a wealth of information about the town and surounding area. There are no disappointments at Casa Tuscany, only reluctance to leave and determination to return.
I stayed at the beautiful Casa Tuscany for 3 nights and had one of the best experiences in my many trips to Mexico. Casa Tuscany is located perfectly in town for easy walking access to downtown, shopping, and the waterfront. The owner, Patricia, was so helpful and made our stay truly enjoyable. We will be back soon.
My wife and I spent 5 days, a month ago, in the lovely city of La Paz.
Really lovely courtyard
Lovely plants throughout the grounds. Although the breakfast is described as 'deluxe continental' it was really quite scrumptious and personally prepared.
I highly recommend the Romeo and Juliet room, which must have had about 3 different terraces/balcony/rooftop hang out zones. Didn't really checkout the other rooms.
Great location and a great deal
I was surprised at Tuscanny inn's kindness. Although we were unable to stay in it becuse there was no vacancy for the night, over the phone, the staff very kindly introduced us several phone numbers of other b&bs in La paz. The fact that the hotel was full and its staff(owner)'s kind attitude made us think of staying at Tuscanny inn next time in our future.
La paz itself was not a super-attractive city for us non-divers, but when we have chance, we would like to stay in this b&b!
Lovely B & B
We spent 12 days in La Paz, had a wonderful time, and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Casa Tuscany. Our room was small, but clean and attractive, we had a patio outside our room, the central courtyard was cool and wonderfully planted, breakfasts were delicious. Most of all we appreciated the warmth and local knowledge of Patricia, the lovely inn keeper.