Mansion Los Arcos

Av. Benito Juarez 5001, Col. Cuartel de los Aguilares, Villa de Pozos, San Luis Potosí, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 78421, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Benito Juarez 5001, Col. Cuartel de los Aguilares, Villa de Pozos, San Luis Potosí, is near Dzibilchaltun, First Street, Museum of the City of Merida, and Rivera del Pacifico.
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    Listen to the signs!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Dec 19, 2013

    1 comment

    ... They stop at 6 pm and clear the road so traffic can get through at night." I looked at him, said nothing for a few seconds as I let this information and all its implications sink in. "Que tontería, es tan peligroso manejar aquí por la noche/that's ridiculous, it's super dangerous to ride this road at night". He shrugged his shoulders and said he agreed but that's the way it is. It's impossible to get through. I'm not sure if I've ever felt more despondent on my motorcycle as I ...

    This was Mexico's BIG Baja

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... quite effectively. The camp has a restaurant and gift shop neither of which we patronised (we keep costs down by mostly cooking our own food and gifts and Jambo don’t work, there’s no space).

    After we had rushed down our lunch the camp kindly arranged an extra boat to take us and another three visitors out to see the whales. 102 US dollars poorer (45 each for the whale watching trip and 12 per night for camping) and after a brief and well done intro by ...

    South of the Border

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 24, 2011

    ... our own luggage past a traffic light and then got back on the bus. No passport check, no immigration form, no US customs officers, no bag security check, nothing. I could have had a bag full of weapons or been an escaped prisoner fleeing the US and the Mexican authorities would be none the wiser.

    This gave me two problems: the first one being that I was now travelling in Mexico without the piece of paper I need to travel in Mexico and the second being that I now have to ...

    Cycling day 5: Rosarito to Primo Tapia (Baja)

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Dec 22, 2010

    5 comments, 15 photos

    Day 5 (12/22/2010): As we slept last night, we kept waking up to the sounds of heavy downpour and fierce gusts of wind blowing against the walls and windows of our room. Shirley kept sleepily wishing the unforgiving weather would pass with each rude awakening, but when morning came, the weather was still looking bleak. We lay in bed for a long time just listening and getting ourselves motivated to hit the ...

    Did we bite off more than we can chew

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 19, 2010

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 2 more miles of down or pretty level terrain. With 6 miles left to our destination it became 11AM and 40C degrees. With another climb ahead of us, we decided to take our mid-day break. A shady spot was nowhere in sight so Dave became crafty and tied our tent ground-cloth to a rancher’s fence and made a lean-to for shade. It blew away a couple of times but in the end we got it to stay. The shade was sorely needed as the temp peaked at 41c. At 2ish ...