Fiesta Americana Hermosillo

Address: Blvd. Eusebio Kino No. 369, Hermosillo, Northern Mexico, 83010, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Blvd. Eusebio Kino No. 369, Hermosillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Hermosillo

    On the Road South - Adelante!

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... things to get Sparky ready for the next adventure.

    Tuesday, February 10th
    After a couple of days where we had high hopes of getting away, we finally did hit the road today. We thought it might occur early in the morning, but Ted (the eternal optimist) underestimated how much time it would actually take to get Sparky completely packed again and set to hit the road. We finally pulled away from Aimee and Phil's house about 1pm. We are headed ...

    Pan American Highway

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... is owned by a Sonoran family...and their carne asada is just awesome. That being said, they wanted to dethrone Los Sanchez by taking me to Transformers. Transformers is a little restaurant famous for its burrito that's wrapped in heaven....I mean bacon. Seriously....it's a burrito filled with amazing carne asada, guacamole, cheese....and whatever else you want....then wrapped solidly in bacon...thus proving once again ...

    Hermosillo, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Nov 07, 2013

    3 photos

    ... presumably to steal gasoline). When the time finally came to cross the border, things went off without a hitch. Unless you consider accidentally sneaking into the country by getting neither a visa nor vehicle import papers, and having to retrace hundreds of kilometers through the desert to get them a hitch. But who would? And anyway, that can hardly be blamed on banditos. None of this is to say that problems don't exist in Mexico. ...

    LIFE IN A REMOTE FISHING VILLAGE

    A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... of fishermen is nothing so much as a village of beach houses (mostly shacks, actually) for city dwellers, Mexican-style. And when I say “get off the grid” that used to have a different meaning entirely, i.e. off the power grid. Now civilization is impinging little by little, and power and light poles are going up one by one…and a community that used to be pitch black at night is gradually taking on the appearance ...

    Crossing the Mexican border

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

    ... to me. I nod, thank him and get back to the car: we’ll do without cash. We exit Nogales and enter the highway. I comply with a speed limit that seems optional for everyone else: cars and trucks alike zoom past us as if someone’s life was at stake. Mai suggests that maybe it is, and she instructs me to burn the rubber. We make it to the customs area and go through the process and paperwork. It’s ...