Hotel Colonial-Mexicali

Address: Blvd Lopez Mateos 1048, Mexicali, Baja California, 21000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Blvd Lopez Mateos 1048, Mexicali.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexicali

    Very Dry and Salty

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 10, 2015

    159 photos

    ... CA177s to I-10w. Desert. We exited a few miles west onto Box Canyon Rd. I felt like a Tom Terrific cartoon when the road kept getting smaller and smaller. It seemed like it could turn into a dirt road but instead became a beautiful Box Canyon road opening at the other end to lush irrigated farm land and a 60 mile lake.

    In Mecca, on the north shore, we intersected CA 111 and rode around ...

    My story

    A travel blog entry by ecc on Apr 20, 2015

    My story begins in school, at the end of the ecolares work, I'll go on vacation to the city of Queretaro, where there will begin to develop my residency to achieve titration in the technological, once rentals dedicate me to enjoy the city and free time you ...

    Driving around Mars

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 14, 2014

    32 photos

    ... climbing up those things the height of the new Freedom Tower, or looks like it. Interesting video on the sex life of these palms.

    We've run out of new and interesting route here, so we came back Rt 111, which we did before then branched of 86, which we hadn't been on before. Saw the Spreckles Sugar Refinery - HOLY **** - the third largest refinery in the world and largest in the US. There's over 500,000 acres of sugar beets planted around here.
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    Fascinating Southern California

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 08, 2014

    25 photos

    ... native Americans, flood it. Maybe not.

    But that created the urgent need for a dam, which created the Hoover Dam in Black Canyon. The Salton Sea became a resort area with upscale communities springing up on its edges, but as the sea has no natural influx, it has receded over the decades, leaving it briny, unfit for fish or anything else, and the towns virtually abandoned. Interesting to see them, but pitiful just the same.
    So, here's some pix.
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    California - the beginning of the end.

    A travel blog entry by millertime2bike on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... it was already 104degrees as that point. Ugh, and I was fortunate enough to be on dinner crew that night meaning we had to cook for our team. We chose to grill - in hindsight not our best decision but there was nothing else to eat. Did I mention we spent over two hrs cooking outside in what had to be 110degeee heat? No worries - dinner was tasty and all went to bed with full bellies. We also collectively decided how to allocate $33,000 to ...