Best Western Hacienda Tetakawi

Address: Blvd Manlio F Beltrones Km 10, San Carlos, Northern Mexico, 85506, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Blvd Manlio F Beltrones Km 10, San Carlos, is near Nogales Mall and Roadside Rest.
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Travel Blogs from San Carlos

Sold Truck and crossed the Mexican Boarder on foot

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Feb 28, 2015

This morning I sold my truck to an small local dealer. He said he would try to get the ownership in his name in the US which might be difficult and it might end up in Mexico! I probably should have taken the license plates off! His son came and took it away and gave me a ride to the cami headed to Nagoles. I went to the post office to send a few things more back but it was Saturday and closed. I had kept a bag of food and misc. but after walking to the ...

Bisbee to Nogales 150 miles

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 07, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... US cavalry, they were actually prisoners of war for over 20 years. Also an interesting section about the prostitutes that serviced the miners, many addicted to laudanum and alcohol to survive their horrible lives. Back in the car a bit of a bad decision as we think we should be able to go south right up to the Mexican border and go west on what the map book shows as an unpaved road. When we get there it's actually on the Coronado Trail, the Spanish conquistador ...

Bird watching at Patagonia Lake, Arizona

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jan 30, 2015

30 photos

... it was a 2 person kayak & somehow he'd been sitting in it backwards & trying to paddle got him nowhere!! When he went back out he stayed out longer & reported back that he was much more comfortable & it moved through the water better!! Glad I stopped to talk to him he may have been put off forever!







Many people come bird watching here from far & wide to catch a glimpse of ...

Day One - getting ready to cross!

A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 09, 2015

4 comments, 8 photos

... we did not have major problems and were able to make camp on the north side of Hermosillo city by early afternoon.  The next morning, two trucks with "green angels" came to escort us through the city of Hermosillo. These are government vehicles who are assigned to our caravan to ensure our safety.  At various times throughout our trip, they will look after our passage.  Hermosillo has a population of 450,000, so it was a bit tricky to stay together and not get ...

Farm work and Forest Fires

A travel blog entry by leinadw on Feb 21, 2009

4 comments, 12 photos

... with MasSaSeen when over the walkie-talkie we hear "Fire in north field. All hands go. Now." Suddenly everyone is sprinting for any form of transportation within reach. We hopped in the water truck (part of their fresh-water delivery service) and go streaking towards the field accompanied by two guys on motorcycles, one guy on a bike, two on horses, and Kamon - a 64 year old Vietnam vet, Norse-god-like man of the Wyoming prairie with a classy Stetson cowboy hat ...