La Hacienda de la Langosta Roja

Address: Calzada Chetumal #125, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calzada Chetumal #125, San Felipe, is near San Gervasio Ruins, Central University City Campus, Bahía Concepción, and Dr. Alfredo Barrera Marin Botanical Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from San Felipe

    Arrived in Mexico City!

    A travel blog entry by lpringle on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... it seemed very clean, and it had a lot of shops, cafés, stalls and pedestrian areas, as well as a beautiful Zocalo (main plaza) with a HUGE Mexican flag flying in the middle of it. It took us ages to try and find somewhere for dinner and we ended up settling (to my enjoyment) with a Chinese buffet. We were both zombies after a lot of food and little sleep, and finally a night 'con cama' seemed like a dream come true - bed ...

    Day 31 - leaving Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... and I wasn't really confident the parcels would make it home. Fingers crossed. After that we went up to the salon we found in the shopping complex a few days before, but there was a half hour wait and due to the post office taking so much time we were already close to check out time. We went back to the hotel, packed our bags and left the Diligencias hotel. Got a cab to the Taxquena bus station to catch a bus to Cuernavaca. The taxi ...

    Our last Mexico City Day Tour - South Side

    A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 29, 2013

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    ... mix but was fun and cool. The Frida house didn't really have anything of Frida's and was hosting another artist's work so we didn't spend much time there. After this, we drove around the nearby streets to see the houses - the houses or mansions in this area are beyond beautiful. I would love to live here. I wonder how much they cost? Supposedly the houses here are more expensive than Polanco but I wonder if thats to do with size rather than being more expensive on a per ...

    3. Mexico is a dangerous place

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

    ... on my week’s experience in Mexico, I’ve decided that the “rules of the road” are just suggestions there. Turn signals, stop lights, lanes... all optional. Everyone jammed themselves into whatever spot they wanted to be in, regardless of who was already there or about to be there. Many times I thought another vehicle was about to scrape the side of the one I was in. In Mexico City, there were pedestrians everywhere, sometimes ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 03, 2012

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    ... The guide apologised profusely, advising that Auntie was the reason that he was 30 minutes picking me up this morning, and arranged with me to join the other group who were already at the restaurant when we arrived. I sat with my new driver and chatted to him over lunch (I wasn’t that hungry so just had a bowl of chicken soup with coriander, tomato and avocado – delicious). The Peruvians arrived just as my new group (which consisted of Columbians) were finishing lunch. ...