Hotel Lucerna Hermosillo

Address: Blvd. Paseo Rio Sonora Nte. #98, Hermosillo, Northern Mexico, 83270, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Blvd. Paseo Rio Sonora Nte. #98, Hermosillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Hermosillo

    On the Road South - Adelante!

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... out of town, but were definitely on the road. That's a good feeling. We hoped to get across the border and find a place where we could pull off and steep overnight in Hermosillo, Mexico. The trip to the border was uneventful and as we crossed, Ted got a goofy grin on his face. He really loves road trips in Mexico. Some of it is the unpredictability that always adds interest to travels, but over the years we have come to appreciate the way of life in much ...

    Pan American Highway

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... dead. Now that our livers were warmed up though, she took me to a traditional northern Mexico bar (Charro). This place was an experience - full brass band hurling music into the air, couples frantically dancing to the frenzied beat, and mass amounts of cerveza and tequila fueling the whole thing. The walls were hand painted with murals, adverts, and pearls of wisdom that Estefania translated for me (such as "The ...

    Hermosillo, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... about gangs of banditos and drug dealers (or narcos) performing roadside murders are common, as are ones of highway robberies and fraudulent police officers. Now, I'm not one to let a little gangland warfare stand between me and one dollar Coronas, but before crossing the border, I stopped a few days in Marfa, Texas. With enough of a mix between cowboys and travelers, I assumed I would get all the good information I needed to make ...

    LIFE IN A REMOTE FISHING VILLAGE

    A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

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    ... of fishermen is nothing so much as a village of beach houses (mostly shacks, actually) for city dwellers, Mexican-style. And when I say “get off the grid” that used to have a different meaning entirely, i.e. off the power grid. Now civilization is impinging little by little, and power and light poles are going up one by one…and a community that used to be pitch black at night is gradually taking on the appearance ...

    Crossing the Mexican border

    A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 04, 2011

    ... face through the window, while Manly stays asleep out of sight: perfect timing!

    Later that afternoon we drive to downtown Hermosillo to walk our dogs and discover the charms of Hermosillo. We then realize that 1) there isn’t much of a downtown in Hermosillo, 2) we are probably the only foreigners in town, and 3) locals are really scared of Manly and Biela, which is pretty convenient if you want to be left alone.
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