El Nido at Hacienda Escondida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... never been used before, which was great.
We then decided to find some dinner, but, being exhausted and starving, we didn't want to go far. Fortunately, we stumbled upon a bright, inexpensive restaurant only a few blocks from our hotel-- we later learned that it was one of the highest-rated restaurants in the city, and it definitely delivered. Once we had stuffed ourselves with tacos, we were ready for sleep.
... galleries displaying handwoven bags, Mexican wall hangings and lovely jewellery, surrounded the plaza, including a lovely boutique hotel 'HOTO_ID_L=san-jose---boutique-hotel.jp g] .We also drove to the 18 hole composite golf course of Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus design- beautiful setting with 3 separate gated residential communities right up in the hills. Amazing what water can do for landscaping when in the desert!!!
... for a quick shower and change.
Our next adventure requires 2 vehicles so Amanda, Jess and I get in Jeanette's vehicle and Steve and Papa Luxton take the second. We head to downtown Cabo to a small family owned restaurant that was hosting a fundraiser for a friend of Jeanette's. We don't stay too long and after beef tacos and guacamole we head out, this time back in Steve's car. ...
... If you want rich gallery art for an outrageous price go to San Jose Del Cabo. It is a charming town, and it is a lot quieter then Cabo San Lucas. If you want tourist meets Mexico go to La Paz, its breathtaking.
And with the help of the sun, beach, background music from the morning water aerobics class, and drunken volleyball competitions I passed my exam when I returned.
... the landscape with his binoculars, I took non-stop photos of the city’s prominent landmark, the “El Arco de Cabos San Lucas” better known as “Land’s End”!
With such an interesting nickname, it’s quite obvious to see why once you take a good look at it! Without keeping you more in suspense, it’s called ...