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 ...

    Tacos and Maracas

    A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Sep 29, 2013

    2 photos

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    We took a $2 shuttle to town and ate some awesome tacos at Papas & Beer before walking the streets in search of some neat finds. I bought a bright orange painted maraca and talked a shop owner down from $45 to $20 on a real leather tote purse. I didn't wind up buying it in the end though since it wasn't what I was looking for. I originally just asked if the guy could bring it down from above for me so I could see how big the inside was and then of course came ...

    This was Mexico's BIG Baja

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... the car and shower and wash up water comes from the jerry can on the roof. The latter is a plastic Addis jerry from South Africa and has not survived the effects of the sun well becoming brittle to the extent that it has lost bits of plastic on its upper corners requiring repairs with the likes of Pratley’s putty. We plan on chucking it out along with its diesel carrying companion on the other side of the roof rack when we hit the US. There we plan on either buying steel jerries ...

    A Fitting Finale to an AMAZING Adventure - Day 350

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Jan 07, 2012

    20 photos

    ... customer, came along with her daughter to fetch their juice, while still in her dressing gown - it was early in the morning after all :-)

    We continued on towards the pedestrianised area where we would choose a place to stay, there are no hostels here so it will be a hotel-motel.

    The first one we looked at advertised 200 Pesos for a room, and it was lovely and new, but that was the price for 4 hours!?! :-) We decided on the one we were aiming for as it had kitchens in ...