Hotel Plaza Loreto

Address: Paseo Hidalgo No. 2, Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Hidalgo No. 2, Loreto, is near Grutas de Tolantongo (Tolantongo Caves) and Marina Park Bahia de Loreto.
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    Travel Blogs from Loreto

    Red at night, sailor's delight

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jul 17, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... de la Giganta mounted range to the west and the 16 mile long Isla San Jose to the east. The Sierras are rugged mountains that seem to jut straight out of the Sea of Cortez. Their jagged peaks form so many different formidable shapes they look unworldly, like something out of Jurassic Park. Unlike most other mountain ranges with widely spaced peaks that stretch over one continuous landscape, the Sierras de la Gigantas seem to change its skyline every few minutes as ...

    Storm Watch

    A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jun 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... will increase. This hurricane is already holding massive amounts of water. Over the hot water of the Sea of Cortez, it would pick up more. The forecast for precipitation in Baja Sur increases in the latest storm bulletins. The Air Force makes another reconnaissance trip over the hurricane. We track each bit of news, we give thanks for being in a town reasonably protected by the mountains and also by its more northerly location in the state of Baja ...

    Abundant Aspects of Nature at Home

    A travel blog entry by beautyland on Mar 23, 2015

    5 photos

    ... fat and striped, ebony and brilliant turquoise, just outside our front door. I am not sure I ever discovered the later outcome of that particular metamorphosis.

    After the dark moths were the clouds of sulphurous butterflies that flew up from the ground as wheels or feet or hooves approached. The birds have changed now, too. Sweetest for me is always the return of the golden orioles whose morning song I love.

    The bay life changes, too, every ...

    Eye Opening

    A travel blog entry by beautyland on Feb 20, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... energy on logistical puzzles: needing less navigation time, acquiring more noticing time. Language hurdles are major but they also help me to spend more time in silence. I say less and see more.

    I am in my fifth month here. Almost every morning since arrival, I have walked at dawn. The "home stretch" varies on these walks. I start out in the same direction every day, walking the same route for a while. I walk the shore, then climb the headland so ...

    Azul y Oro, No White Christmas

    A travel blog entry by beautyland on Dec 12, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... probably a camarron (shrimp) cocktail for appetizer. Our neighbour is bringing a cheesecake: her variation on the ubiquitous flan.

    Late on the night of December 24, we will drive to Loreto for the Christmas Eve mass. On the way home, our prayers will be that we don't hit the black pigs, or the black goats, who often ramble over the black road, in the very black night, on the road back to home. I am hoping, one way or another, to partake of town Posadas, too.