Hotel Suites Kino

Address: Avenida Pino Suarez 151 Sur, Hermosillo, Northern Mexico, 83000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avenida Pino Suarez 151 Sur, 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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    ... to rent. Our daughter Aimee and her family have been living in our house since we left in July. It has been wonderful to know that they have been there to take care of it. It's a house that requires a lot of work to keep up and they have been troopers toiling away keeping things up to snuff. Well, they bought a house and moved just before Christmas. We knew this might be coming, but were just waiting for them to find the right place and it did happen. ...

    Pan American Highway

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... was out the door. I plugged Hermosillo into my GPS and headed off, in the wrong direction of a one-way street. Good start to my Mexican driving. Thanks a lot GPS! A quick correction and I was comfortably cruising down the Pan American Highway, which stretches all the way to Panama. Giddee up!
    The drive was pretty smooth, only a few rough patches of road, but all in all better than expected. I kept the speed under the limit, as ...

    Hermosillo, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Nov 07, 2013

    3 photos

    ... my motorcycle over Mexico to ensure its safety. Seeing that they didn't exactly understand the idea of a motorcycle trip, I declined and suggested they simply give me the cost of a plane ticket in cash instead. The counter-declined and we all left thinking the other doomed. The general consensus was that just over the border lay a kind of Mad Max-esque desert wasteland crawling with savages eager for gringos to stumble into ...

    LIFE IN A REMOTE FISHING VILLAGE

    A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

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    ... 8217;d really rather write, so the “continue onward” part is of primary importance. That could give this trip a life beyond merely visiting friends. The Sonora river route looks pretty good, if the bus schedules are sympathetic to my needs. I won’t know until I get there. If it all sounds sketchy, that’s because it is. I prefer to recycle back statements (“space intentionally left blank”) for ...

    Crossing the Mexican border

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

    ... to me. I nod, thank him and get back to the car: we’ll do without cash. We exit Nogales and enter the highway. I comply with a speed limit that seems optional for everyone else: cars and trucks alike zoom past us as if someone’s life was at stake. Mai suggests that maybe it is, and she instructs me to burn the rubber. We make it to the customs area and go through the process and paperwork. It’s ...