Hotel La Mansión

Address: Calle Obregón 2, Alamos, Northern Mexico, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Obregón 2, Alamos, is near Palm Beach, Museo de la Casa de Cultura, Calle Juarez, and Playa La Cachora.
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    Travel Blogs from Alamos

    THE END (of year one)

    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Mar 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... on the dock with his dinghy with two five gallons fuel jugs. Unbelievably, the fuel attendant filled those jugs before filling Winterhawk! It only took Rick all of ten minutes to fill his tank. It was now just a few minutes before five o’clock. For the first time in six months, Rick experienced a Mexican with a bad attitude. The fuel guy normally gets off work at 4:30. Here it was five and he was in one ugly, grumpy ...

    Colonial Mexico

    A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... mines had closed and Alamos became a ghost town. By 1940, families began to renovate the dormant mansions that had been built during silver's heyday. Our guide told us that in the 1970's, U.S. citizens, mostly retired, began coming to Alamos, buying property and renovating homes and other structures in the town. He said they provided a much needed infusion of money into the economy of the town and it experienced a revival. These U.S. citizens who came to Alamos in ...

    San Carlos and the Sea of Cortez

    A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... in the Copper Canyon. He told us he was going to buy a large piñata in Alamos for a piñata party at the school when we visited and if we wanted to buy candy for the piñata or school supplies for the children, we could do so here and he would collect the candy and school supplies. I purchased a bag of candy, a notebook and some pens. Wal-Mart only accepts pesos, so I paid with some of my pesos. Some of the Australians in the group mentioned it was ...

    The Last Stop before the border

    A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... guided by a wonderfully informative guide Emiliano who is a native of Alamos. A wealth of information, he really enhanced our appreciation of this beautiful place.

    With Emiliano's guidance we also got to experience first hand a feature of the architecture here that I have spoken about elsewhere and which I really like. That feature is the garden courtyard surrounded by residential uses enclosed in a surrounding wall that is very often quite ...

    Remembering Alamos

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... trip. With my GoPro, radar detector, iPod, and GPS, this was a pretty wired-up trip.
    The road through the desert was easy and smooth. It was pretty much one long straight shot through wide-open desert, with some mountains along the horizon. The highway is a toll road, which meant the pavement was in good condition. I got a little braver with my speed, seeing how the radar detector was doing its job, and ...