Hotel Paraiso del Desierto

Address: Ave. Constitucion & Simon Morua s/n, Puerto Peñasco, Northern Mexico, 83550, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Ave. Constitucion & Simon Morua s/n, Puerto Peņasco, is near Old Port, Playa Bonita Beach, Cholla Bay, and Puente de Ojuelas.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Peņasco

    On our way to Mexico

    A travel blog entry by mcoburn on Dec 28, 2014

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    We spent Christmas in Phoenix. Not much to say, we watched a couple of Christmas classic on Christmas day and then left the city heading to Mexico (Rock Point or Puerto Penasco). Considered Phoenix's beach it is a 4hr drive down to it. We had no problem going across the boarder almost to easy and made it to an RV park right on the beach called the Reef.
    We loved it here at the Reef, so much fun and really nice beach. Mostly the company ...

    Merry Christmas

    A travel blog entry by lizandgerry on Dec 25, 2014

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    ... and she played the entire round without losing a ball and considering that there is water on virtually every hole it was amazing. She shot an honest 104. She is also getting conditioned to play 18 rather her usual 9 holes. We've met a nice couple from Osoyoos, BC (Richard and Sandra Law) and have had several rounds with them including a trip back to my favorite, the Mayan Palace course about 30kms south of town. Unfortunately our round there was in ...

    Drivin' on Down to Mexico

    A travel blog entry by marover on Nov 24, 2013

    34 photos

    ... you can think of. Yes, I have walked across the border, but driving allowed me to see a much more drastic change than walking. The streets were different, the shops were different, the people were different. I thought maybe it would taper off from looking like the US to looking like MX, but no, it was instantaneous. Rather than stop for food in this border town, we aimed for Peņasco del Sol, and off we went.

    Abrazos de la ...

    Found the blue thing on the map!

    A travel blog entry by kossickr on Feb 01, 2013

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    ... to a building and I parked the bike and walked over to it. To my surprise, they were very organized and it was very easy to get a visa (exact change being the only problem) welcome to a Spanish speaking country - always exact change! I got to Puerto Penasco no problem, you could tell this was a place people from the US come to often. My ...

    Clamming, Lighted Shrimp Boats & Gary's Geyser

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Dec 21, 2012

    19 photos

    ... m guessing that while Dale and I do a mile or mile and a half, ole Rowdy must do 6 or 7 miles running up and down the hills.. I let him get a good distance away and than call him back...
    We're working on his ability to return to me when called... to stop what he's doing, break point and come... and at times I think I'm winning the battle and other days I think he is... When we returned home, Rowdy smelled really REALLY BAD after his ...