Hotel Playa de Cortes
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... distinctive architectural character is protected. Today the population is about 13,000. The town has lots of charm.
After Alamos we drove to where we are now, San Carlos. It was our first and is our last camping spot in Mexico. We watched about 4 big rigs head out of the campground this morning, and it looks like we will be joining them tomorrow, sad but true.
It has been a real fun trip this year, traveling in our little convoy. Cathie and I ...
... This is how we drove for quite awhile, and with an elastic and pen set up around the steering wheel, you did not even have to hold the switch. This was not going to be the best when we got off the interstate and onto two way roads
however, so we had to
Migivor Hunter Ducharme a better repair. Which we did with wire, various connectors and of course duct tape. We met Marc and Maria-Lynn right on time in Nogales, and ...
... We arrived in San Carlos and immediately found a beach. We got in our suits and jumped in! Within minutes we made friends with the locals. They were drawn to Lola and Mabel and out pink tones. We quickly found out we we already assumed to be true anyway....Mexico is like any other country. We were surrounded by families who were getting away for a weekend and having fun together. OH THE HORROR... BE ...
Being this is a Sunday, it starts with Bloody Mary's at El Toros. From there we took Jim and Candy to Empalme for Sunday market. One never knows what can be found there. Last year we bought a patio set. This year Pete found street safety reflectors in case of an RV breakdown. 150 pesos....certainly cheaper than Camping World! On the way back we went through Guaymus for a bag of hot greasy, cinnamon sugar coated churros!! Pictures of the St. Patty's Day party at Bill and ...
... and with a growing sense of closeness to Mexico and meeting Tony and the Windstrutter again, i began to feel energetic, for the first time in a very long time. Hallelujah!
Once we landed in phoenix, I then had to wait , sweltering again, for customs clearance.my hand luggage always seems to be a curiosity, with various boat bits ,medical items and hardly anything 'girly' to speak of in it ,makes me a prime target. I then thought i'd find something tasty ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Playa de Cortes Guaymas
was perfecto, plus able to use fab facilities, decor and amazing views out to the Sea of Cortez
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