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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Colli San Jose Del Cabo
Very central to the old town - the random ringing of San Jose church bells, especially around 6am is irritating though. Secure parking and friendly staff.
Lovely comfortable beds in a spacious room with many lighting combinations.
An easy walk to the beach, and after a couple of days most of the shop owners give up trying to tempt you.
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Once we'd left the laundry behind we headed to Cabo San Lucas, San Jose's irresponsible bigger sibling, about 30 km away at the very tip of Baja. Having spoken with the tour man yesterday, we knew to park in the Paraiso mall's multistorey, which we found without too much angst.
A walk through the mall brought us out on the marina and we went in …
Next door to the hotel is a French patisserie and we had fresh from the oven croissants for breakfast, a welcome change from eggs and refried beans. Jon complained they were more expensive than in Paris - as we're in Mexico and they were the first ones we'd seen I just gave him The Look.
Mr Google said there was a lavanderia nearby so we set …
Left Santa Rosalia yesterday morning and headed south. Stopped at Loreto for lunch and a quick trip round the Ley for sandwich makings for supper as we didn't have high hopes for Ciudad Constitucion a couple of hours further along the road, where we planned to stay overnight.
As it happens, there's a strip of eateries at the end of the road …
... find yourself sitting next to Eddie Stobbart and he gives you a grilling about axle weights and gear ratios. I'm going to start working on my new identity right away. Minnie's already got hers HaHa. Our first port of call is Cabo San Lucas. It used to be an isolated Mexican town on the tip of the Baja peninsular until they decided to build a highway linking up with California. Now it is like any other modern resort with a Marina full ...
... morning with them.
My parents, sister, and brother-in-law met us at our resort, we checked in, had some drinks, ate then went to bed. Not a very first productive day, but traveling all day with 2 toddlers is ...