Hotel Quinta Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... not least in its rainfall. A few drops per year in the north western desert to sixteen feet of rain in the tropical south east. At sea level the temperature soars to 38c / 100f. In the winter, temperatures drop to around 27c / 80f. In the central settlements on higher ground it's spring-like weather all year round. Until 1845 Texas was part of Mexico, as was Arizona, California, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Nevada until 1848. Only one tenth of the ...
... in the dining rooms, but we put on our finest not to miss the lobster dinner.
Afterwards, we went to the Princess Theater for a show -- Blame it on the Boogie -- a disco era song and dance show which was pretty good. Then, Dee went back to the room, and Ron, Nancy and Ady went to a Tribute to Elton John by the ship's popular pianist, Liam Stewart. It was entertaining.
After the show, Ady and Nancy went to their rooms, leaving Ron some alone time at Gatsby's (the ...
... story of a time he tried to hike the Sierra Madre. And almost died. A bajillion times. A good read, and a harrowing tale, but I feel that’s kinda what you get for wanting to hike the Sierra Madre. I just wanted to go to Cabo. And I can’t help feel a little guilty, sitting here now, because dad isn’t here to say no.
But I’m far from the Bandit Roads of Grant’s experience. In fact, I’m acutely aware of the fact we are not ...
... The water was cool at first, but after a couple of seconds refreshing might be the better word.
A friend of mine recommended ME to me so we walked down the beach until we reached this fantastic resort. It seems that because this is not a weekend we've have access to a 4-man beach cabana, lunch by the pool. After some discussions with Concierge in the lobby she ...
... br> Once off the tender we passed through a short inspection by the "Fruit Police" and headed down the dock, avoiding the uniformed men with assault rifles. After a short wait, we boarded our tour boat, the Cabo-rey, (clever play on words,no?), for a trip up the Baja coast to (hopefully) see whales on their annual migration from Alaska to Hawaii.
As you can see from the pictures, our trip was a success. Just about everyone that knows me knows that very few ...