Hacienda Suites

Address: Av. Salvatierra No. 152, Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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

        Mexico from another angle

        A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 28, 2015

        25 photos

        ... of the photos), and the commercial and industrial towns are as gritty and hard working as anywhere, but on the coast the menus are in English and the prices are in US dollars.

        Sunday finds us all in rude good health, relaxed and settled on the road, our most pressing concern walking out for an evening drink and, on this particular night, watching an eclipse of the Moon. You would swear we had done it all ...

        Storm Watch

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jun 04, 2015

        14 photos

        ... courtyard and to thus lessen the risk of damage from falling tree parts or completely uprooted trees. The electrician was here last night to unwire and dismantle our outdoor fan (flying blades posing a big risk) and I have moved the rest of the outdoor furniture.

        We are well stocked for a power outage, though we pray for that not to happen. Staying cool, temperamentally speaking, will be harder if we face one hundred percent loss of air ...

        Abundant Aspects of Nature at Home

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Mar 23, 2015

        5 photos

        ... that are not human.

        Gone are the ficus trees "because their roots threaten piping." Gone are the glorious vines "because their tendrils leave tracks" and "they are highways for insects." Gone are the crickets in courtyards, via one fumigation method or another, "because their sound wakes me in the night."

        Gone are French doors simply flung open to the sun, with ribbons of light streaming into rooms. Dark screens now fill many others' portals, the ...

        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 ...

        Azul y Oro, No White Christmas

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Dec 12, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... ornament" for this Christmas is a desert snake, companion to this Water Snake (Sylvia under the Chinese horoscope).

        On December 21, nine beautiful women, three of whom we met in Canada and who live near us here, the two of us, and four others from elsewhere, will gather on our second floor terrace, with its great mountain and sea views, to celebrate Winter Solstice with poems, candles, appetizers, and various "flirts." (What's a flirt? Something that speaks to ...