Chapala Hotel

Avenida Mar de Cortez, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from San Felipe

We made it

A travel blog entry by robbiej

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... homeless people and stray dogs. very run down place. After about 10 mins and passing a few different hostels, our taxi turned off the main drag, it was very dark and run down. Then he turned in behind this tall building that had no signs or anything, just a large gate. In behind this building was a small round about with a brand new prado half hidden behind a gate, chels and I were terrified! (MUM DO NOT PANIC) But when we stopped, he pointed out ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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... the succulent pork and vegies. We both had a great afternoon and had a chance to further practise our Spanish.



The next morning Marco came around and we were off to further explore Lima. On the cards today was another ancient ruin and a visit to the National Museum.




The National Museum had a really descript exhibition of the Shining Path group that terrorised Peru a couple ...

Lima and Nasca

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan

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... from them regarding our typical modern inbuilt obsolescence? Then late lunch and another 7+ hour journey back to Lima. Were the Nasca lines worth it? We’re not sure – while the lines themselves are very famous and worth seeing, it’s not quite Macchu Picchu, and the 15-hour return bus journey was painful, and it wasn’t cheap (things involving flights rarely are) – but ultimately we don’t regret it.

The next morning is ...

A Star Show!

A travel blog entry by larrynpeggy

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... waiting for another couple and he will transfer all of us to our hotel in the Sacred Valley. This sounds great to us, because now we will have some new friends.

We need to wait a few minutes for the other couple so we just wait outside taking a look at the area and getting used to the altitude. The air is pretty thin here! But the sun is shining and it is going to be a beautiful day!

The other couple arrives and we ...

The Bones of 25,000 Catholics

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster

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... 8217;t want to get lost down there in the dark. Archaeologists have dated some of the bones back 100s of years, but it’s unknown when they started putting them down there as there are so many buried deep below and the catacomb existed before the cathedral or the city was built. A fascinating hour though, for only $3.

We then had some lunch in a cute restaurant and finally made our way back to the ship. I had ...

Location

This hotel, located on Avenida Mar de Cortez, San Felipe, is near Plaza de Armas (Plaza Mayor), Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Colonial City (Old City), and Parque Reserva.
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