Hacienda Suites

Address: Av. Salvatierra No. 152, Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Salvatierra No. 152, Loreto, is near Museo Soumaya, San Angel, San Jacinto Plaza, and Cuicuilco.
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      Travel Blogs from Loreto

      The Missions of San Javier and Loreto

      A travel blog entry by pieper on Mar 08, 2015

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... mission - San Javier. It is well preserved and perhaps the best example of what the original mission looked like. The window is original and is the oldest glass to survive. San Javier was built in the shape of a cross. The tribes lived a nomadic existence. The Jesuits encouraged the locales to come to the church by providing food. The El Camino Real going from Loreto to San Javier could be seen along the mountain as we traveled back to ...

      San Javier

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jan 29, 2015

      23 photos

      ... slopes above us. Cows? Goats? Horses? There are apparently big horn sheep here also. Binoculars do not help us source the sound.

      Eventually, we go inside. We learn about the massive installation in the nave, with its exceptionally detailed paintings and its ornately gilded frames. It was shipped in thirty-two crates from Mexico City. Looking closely, we can see some of the places where it has been assembled.

      The faces in the paintings are all ...

      Azul y Oro, No White Christmas

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Dec 12, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... blue glasses will rest in rustico wooden holders that were in the house. We brought one big bag of tea candles in our luggage, and I shall float those in our courtyard fountain, and place some in the large glass cross in our courtyard wall.

      I thought it foolish at the time but before we drove away from Canada, I also tucked a single red item into our Toyota trunk. It is an incandescent red glass plate from Pier One: a bit chipped even at point of sale, so I got it ...

      Work

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 18, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to convince individuals to also reduce their use of any plastic bags, bottles, or drinking cups is ongoing. Meanwhile, there is a a big chunk of work to be done between collecting the plastic garbage and compacting the plastics. That is the sorting work: separating all the various types of plastic, before any of it is compacted, so that it can effectively be re-used. This is where volunteer labour is essential.

      This is where Catherine is today: ...

      Re-Arriving

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 04, 2014

      11 photos

      ... oil, the strong winds over desert sands, and the tropical storm seasons translate into considerable wear and tear on houses here. Our house has also been empty for several years, so we are its "fix-it stewards," working closely with the Mexican property managers to identify what works and what doesn't and to oversee repairs. I love this process. We are told that the house looks better every week, being inhabited again. We feel wonderfully supported by the local ...