Los Jitos Hotel

Address: Paseo de los Yaquis y Ave. de los Seris, San Carlos, Northern Mexico, 85506, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Paseo de los Yaquis y Ave. de los Seris, San Carlos, is near Frenchie's Cove and Barajitas Canyon.
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        Travel Blogs from San Carlos

        Back Aboard Winterhawk

        A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Mar 25, 2015

        3 comments

        ... had to order his materials and oh by the way, he undercharged us. He would need to charge us an additional $50. I shouted from inside the boat "No. No more money!" I was outvoted. He swears he will be there ready to work the next morning, early. Sunday. "No problemo, I work Sunday," he says. He's a no-show Sunday and arrives late Monday morning without our supplies and we tell him to forget the whole deal, give us our ...

        THE END (of year one)

        A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Mar 24, 2015

        1 comment

        ... had to do was sit back and smile.

        This final leg was another overnighter. It would be the last one of the season. We had the fishing lines out during the daylight hours but only got one bite and it didn’t stick around long enough to be invited to dinner. We have always brought our fishing lines in at dusk. It’s a big enough circus when we catch a fish in the daylight. Why should we make it any harder? There is ...

        San Carlos and the Sea of Cortez

        A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 08, 2014

        7 photos

        ... Mexican gentlemen who played guitar and sang for us during dinner and took requests. Two in our group were celebrating birthdays and Sergio arranged for a cake with candles and we all sang "Happy Birthday" and each had a piece of cake for desert.

        After dinner, Sergio told us to meet in the courtyard for entertainment and that this would be the "Hidden Treasure" of the tour. We had a group of 'estudiantiles' who performed for us. They ...

        Oh Canada,..... heading home

        A travel blog entry by 2hunters on Apr 02, 2014

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... 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 ...

        San Carlos Amigos

        A travel blog entry by tbasler on Mar 21, 2013

        22 photos

        ... a visor with fake hair; his nick name is wild Bill. That name also indicates how wild he is on his "go faster". Kat has high energy and is up for anything day and night. She also is an artist. They rent a home for the winter season. Bill and Butch own a fishing boat together and supply the fish for an annual fish fry. Good People! Ann and Carl Cole were our neighbors next to the house we rented last year. They live here 6-8 months a year. Their ...