Bugambilia Hermosillo

Address: Boulevard Kino 712, Hermosillo, Northern Mexico, 83010, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Boulevard Kino 712, Hermosillo.
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      Travel Blogs from Hermosillo

      Pan American Highway

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... is the fewest possible interactions with police as possible. Just to be safe, I had my radar detector on alert...and it did its job well. I read that police bribery is a big thing in Mexico, so I used my Russian road trip experience and kept only a few dollars worth of pesos in my wallet, and hid the rest in little stash points. That way, if I'm left with a money-demanding cop, I can open my wallet and say that's all I got. He ...

      Hermosillo, Mexico

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Nov 07, 2013

      3 photos

      ... my motorcycle over Mexico to ensure its safety. Seeing that they didn't exactly understand the idea of a motorcycle trip, I declined and suggested they simply give me the cost of a plane ticket in cash instead. The counter-declined and we all left thinking the other doomed. The general consensus was that just over the border lay a kind of Mad Max-esque desert wasteland crawling with savages eager for gringos to stumble into ...

      LIFE IN A REMOTE FISHING VILLAGE

      A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

      5 photos

      ... But the river route sounds nice, traditional little Mexican towns with hot springs and furniture makers and cows and cowboys—no more Indians. The original Opata-speaking inhabitants are down to fifteen in number, and they all live in Mexico, D. F. now. It’s a shame. Or I could go farther south into the heart of the Yaqui/Mayo territory, but I’ve done that before. So I get the brilliant idea to book a room in advance ...

      Crossing the Mexican border

      A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 04, 2011

      ... drugs, or anything else that would get us into a Mexican jail. We shake our heads and go through. On the Mexican side there is no control at all so I pull over and ask about car permit sticker (driving a foreign car without a permit sticker can get your vehicle confiscated … not fun!). The border agent explains (twice – my Spanish ear still lacks training) that customs and car permits are located 21km ...

      Another night in bandit land

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 19, 2011

      5 photos

      ... So much is going through ones head that most of us cannot even remember what day it is today or where we even stayed the last few nights. Even simple things like trying to remember what day it is is impossible.

      Bolivia was perhaps the hardest section of the whole trip but looking back at the photos it looks like that was the best place out of all the countries for photography. The mile upon mile of wide open spaces. Far away in the desert one spots a small ...