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... as Liliana picked me up. After initial holas, we drove straight from the airport up to a local momument to catch sunset. The Christo de las Noas statue, the third tallest Christ statue in Latin America, stands high above the city, providing views all around. It was great to see the Torreon cityscape at sunset, as well as the monument and it's various chapels. We got a little lost driving back towards the centre of town however and drove through some rather dimly lit streets; ...
... galleries and buying "artisan" crafts (ie - tourist junk). San Jose is described as "artsy", something which made me wonder - what really constitutes artsy? The fact that there are a ton of tourist dollars in town, meaning people open up shops and galleries to capitalize on tourism, selling Mexican crafts and art that probably weren't even made anywhere near San Jose?
But still, it was nice to stroll around a city where some ...
I've been traveling by myself for a long time now. The majority of this travel has been through lands with foreign languages and customs so dissimilar to my own that even the smallest tasks can sometimes be rather difficult. Crossing the border, buying a bus ticket, finding a place to stay, getting something to eat, and not only finding the bathroom but also choosing the right one to enter, are all tasks much harder to complete without words. With a healthy level of Spanish ...
... trip as we left the mainland.
The disembarkation process was, unlike in Topolobampo, much more straight forward. That is to say that I got to drive straight off the ship, then wait, and wait, and wait to clear inspection. It was 9am before we were on the road again (16 hours after the scheduled sailing time). Our destination was Cabo San Lucas to take Keara and Nicky to Senor Sweets for yummy wings. About halfway there, Jeff realized that he ...
Another beautiful colonial oasis in the desert - the fast flowing natural springs here were the basis of the town & are still enjoyed by the local population (and visitors!) today. In places the water flows through the streets in wonderfully crafted ancient aqueducts, less well crafted concrete waterways and in it's natural ...
Other places to stay in San Jose Del Cabo
Paseo del Malecon l-5 D, Fonatur Zona Hotelera, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $258
- We will return
- Very Disappointing
- Not Ready to Host Paying Customers
San Jose S/N, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotel
- Love and Hate
- Someday it will be wonderful, NOT YET
- Grand Mayan was wonderful
Paseo Malecon SN Lote 11 Fonatur, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $326
- Beautiful resort-not done yet
- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Beautiful Rooms and Pool -- Need to Work Out a Few Kinks
Malecon San Jose S/N, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $112
- Great vacation; pretty good hotel
- We were happy, all nine of us........
- A good Mexican experience
Retorno Playa Anuti 27 Campo de Golf, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $71
Boulevard Mijares N. 4, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $156
- One of the best meals I've ever had
- A Gem in the Making!
- Don't make a reservation until you've seen the place in person.
Morelos 133, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $111
- Our group loved the place....
- Real Mexican Hotel-quiet and relaxing
- Charming & Comfortable
Blvd. Mijares Centro Historico, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Paseo Malecon, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $64
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Village of La Ribera, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Degollado between I. Zaragoza y Doblado, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $57
Playa Acapulquito km 28, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $320
Retorno Playa AÃ±uiti No.27, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $69
Km. 28.5 Carretera Transpeninsular, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $256
Hidalgo 1 y Maria Doblado, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $70