Hotel Playa Club San Felipe

Address: Loreto , San Felipe, Baja California, 21850, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Loreto , San Felipe.
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Travel Blogs from San Felipe

Our New Home

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Nov 09, 2014

We are in the new place and adjusting well; it always takes a bit of time to get settled in. We took two taxis and convoyed over to Santa Julia. We’re out of the city and it’s a bit far to walk, but doable if you have lots of time. Buses seem to run about every 15 minutes and that’s an easy way to town for only 40 cents as compared to a taxi which runs about $3.50, and you rarely can catch a taxi in this area. We can buy most of the ...

SMA and the Living is Easy

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Oct 26, 2014

Life in SMA is going well, this is a very easy place to live - always something going on. This past week we took a 3 day trip to Zacatecas, another historic colonial city in central Mexico. It’s a beautiful city, large and modern, but with many beautiful old Catholic churches. The city is very hilly, and similar to San Miguel in that it was a place of silver mining, but so different in it’s layout and size. In the city center ...

La maldición de la oficina de inmigración

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Sep 26, 2011


... to the shelves muttering under his breath, “We don’t have room for that. Where will be put that?” Our problem wasn’t storage place on the boat, but instead in one of the two cars that we would ultimately use to get ourselves and our recent purchases back to the boat. From our home base near Palm Springs, we rented a car to drive out to Yuma, Arizona where we transferred everything into a friend’s car. Brad was such ...


A travel blog entry by apater on Apr 21, 2011

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Brushed up on my Spanish in this lovely city during the annual cultural festival. Jarabe de Palo played in the central square and the Argentine film Castro at the cinemateca. Both events were standing room only.

I learned to make zacatecan enchiladas. We went to the mercado to buy all the ingredients and spend an afternoon cooking and having a great time.

We made it to the beach

A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Dec 22, 2009

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... 200 ft. from the water with nothing but sand between us and the water. The local rowing club are out every morning in the bay. There are quite a few boats {will post pics}. Really do not know how long we will stay as it is nice just to sit and relax on the beach. Well, time to go for a walk and take some pics of around the area. Will try to post more often here. Everyone have a great ...