Old Mill Hotel

Address: Apdo Postal 90, Valle de San Quintin, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Apdo Postal 90, Valle de San Quintin, is near Teatro Degollado, La Rojena - Jose Cuervo Distillery, Bodegas de Santo Tomas, and Avenida Lopez Mateos.
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      Travel Blogs from Valle de San Quintin

      We're off

      A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 18, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... and we set off for the buffet. Unfortunately the dining room was full and we found ourselves sharing a table with some more randoms. I must say that the people that we have met so far have all been very friendly and have contributed to very pleasant and enjoyable dining experiences but I can already sense the pattern of conversation falling into four topics; home, family , the missing Malaysian airliner and whether Wakefield Trinity can avoid relegation ...

      Hard Driving on the Gringo Killer - Mex 1

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Dec 01, 2013

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... now we are on the infamous Mex 1, a winding narrow highway with killer trucks. Aside from the fact that there is some serious construction going on, replacing bridges and fairly long KMs of highway, Mex 1 was not too bad. My guess there was only 30 KMs of dirt road. So far. We didn't push it. Although first time I have ever passed a semi on a dirt road or seen an 18 wheeler stuck in sand.

      Lots of traffic ...

      This was Mexico's BIG Baja

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Mar 13, 2013

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... life. But about 30 kms along the tar abruptly ends and one finds oneself on firstly roughish gravel as the route edges around colossal salt flats. Later it deteriorates to nicely
      corrugated sand and hardpacked mud which should it rain would be entertaining to drive on. From San Ignacio town to the whale watching camps strung along the shore of the laguna altogether it’s around 60 kms of which half is tar, the rest rubbish, so it’s over an hour’s drive. And ...

      Northern Baja .... and even better adventures!

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 30, 2011

      41 photos

      From Guerrero Negro where we had caught up with Robert once more we ducked south a little way to pick up a 4WD trail across the Sierra de San Boria while Robert peddled his way north on the blacktop.

      Our route took us through the dusty mining and military outpost of El Arco into a convoluted mass of hills and wide valleys seemingly covered in many different forms of cactus including a carrot like looking one.

      This was our first boojum ... ...

      Roche, this eye contact is getting out of control!

      A travel blog entry by mattyb23toobs on Nov 19, 2010

      ... home and mucked around for a bit before heading off to a local Mexican party with Daniella and her friends. Spent about 5 hours trying to talk spanish and english, hooking up a surf with the locals and drinking a number of local beers before dropping by the taco stand at 4am to delve into some amazing local cuisine.

      Today the weather was super average. Streets knee deep in water/mud and sewerage but ...