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

    ... t exist in the rural areas here and most families either rely on tapping a rain water source above them in the hills and piping it downhill or maybe on a nearby well. Even so they still often have to pump it to a header tank on or near their house to gain some delivery pressure. That assumes they have either electricity (which most do not) to power a pump, or they pump it up from below ground by hand. And we just take water, hot and cold on demand, as the norm. How spoilt we are! And ...

    Northern Baja .... and even better adventures!

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 30, 2011

    41 photos

    ... boat fishing with us lost the same - we gave up and went elsewhere looking for other fare.

    We got all the way back to the close inshore islands a few miles north of the town and started trolling around there. There were lots of birds their guano colouring the cliffs and headlands of the nearby islands - there were 2 species of gulls, 2 species of booby birds, lots of brown pelicans, frigate birds and heaps of cormorants as well as skuas.


    Ensenada, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 24, 2011

    12 photos

    ... find any of them undrinkable. Only five or six people purchased wines before we left.

    The bus then stopped downtown for an hour while we walked around and shopped. We found a local supermarket just a short block away and got some Mexican candy for my co-workers and I had to get a Coke Zero. The exchange rate was nearly 14 pesos to 1 dollar which was fantastic at the local supermarcado. There were pharmacias and perfumerias everywhere. ...