Desert Inn at Loreto

Address: Calle Francisco I. Madero , Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Calle Francisco I. Madero , Loreto.
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        Travel Blogs from Loreto

        Mexico from another angle

        A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 28, 2015

        25 photos

        ... and tropical deserts.

        Our first days were spent on the almost deserted secondary roads of Baja California, the northern state on the peninsula. We romped along at an easy pace re-acquainting ourselves with life on the road in Mexico. By the time we had crossed into the southern state of Baja California Sur, the vegetation had greened, the desert had become a vast sea of cactus and we felt we were back in ...

        Honeymoon Cove and Fireworks

        A travel blog entry by ktholin on Jul 18, 2015

        2 comments, 17 photos

        ... own personal rainbow. Later Daniel brought us fresh cerviche made from the Dorado Rob caught the day before. Although we had come on this trip to fish, no one objected to the day off we had at Aqua Verde.

        On Saturday morning we were ready to fish. Ken, Rob, Tracy and I jumped into Bottoms Up to head out. Bill elected to stay on the Big Cat. He still wasn't feeling well, understandable in view of the long day he had safely bringing us here ...


        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jun 27, 2015

        12 photos

        ... I remember big screen movies, available any night of the week there, and also farmers' markets in cool, shady parks, out of the heat. I am eager for concert halls and library stacks again. I look forward to pop-up events, intriguing boutiques and a plethora of public lectures, forums, performances and associations. I remember activities I love in the place to which I am returning. I remember allegiances, alliances and enduring aims that have not dissipated. ...

        Mas Calor

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jun 15, 2015

        3 photos

        ... I could decide that no one need welcome me. I could simply trust that the right connections would appear and quicken, trust that I could manage one way or another, and trust that all the surprises of the year, whether glad events or stomach-churning turns, could be and would be gifts to the curious.

        When I made my first trip into town so many months ago and saw a shop sign that read Curious instead of Curios, I laughed and knew my path was marked.

        Storm Watch

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jun 04, 2015

        14 photos

        ... one another, and magnificently sculptural rock formations thrilled and relaxed us. My very tired legs today remind me of how long a stretch of time the beautiful snorkelling was. After snorkelling, we motored around the island to a cove of spectacular green with a bottom of absolutely white sand. Pancho beached the panga and we three picnicked there. I floated long enough in the waters off Isla Coronado that even with two cold showers since the trip I can ...