Posada Don Fernando

Address: Calle las Rocas 6, Ensenada, Baja California, 22880, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle las Rocas 6, Ensenada, is near Bahia de Puerto Marques, First Street, Cultural Center of Ensenada, and Avenida Ruiz.
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      Travel Blogs from Ensenada

      INFURIATING Parents

      A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Mar 26, 2014

      ... can’t seem to fill out their registration forms properly. They don’t even bother to read it, it seems, because if they did we wouldn’t have to constantly ask them to correct their information. You’re only signing away your children to complete strangers, no big deal.

      At the end of this irritating shift, we had a mini meeting where we got our new schedules for the next 4 day cruise. I have both Santa Barbara and Ensenada ...

      Viva Mexico!

      A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Feb 18, 2014

      4 photos

      ... it turned out, was a blowhole (marine geyser). The result of water trapped in a sea cave and an impressive sight to behold. At times the water shot some 20m up into the air, spraying everyone around with a fine mist. I went for a walk along the cliffs a way then caught the bus back into town as it was time to go already. Myself and a Brazilian guy from the hostel, Rafael were catching the overnight bus and I had a glorious 16 hour drive ahead of me.

      Bye Bye Baja!

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Feb 05, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... damage, but also hoping to avoid a Tijuana long line and long inspection where they would make us empty out the car and the kayak. We carefully picked our way through Tecate after picking up some Baja Wines. It took awhile to find the border crossing, but when we did find the checkpoint it was not crowded. We pulled right up to the customs booth and was asked for our passports. The inspector commented that Maryland was a long ways away and I agreed. He then ...

      South of the Border

      A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Oct 18, 2013

      14 photos

      ... for two nights and enjoyed the peace of the area. Had the best pizza I've ever had at a little spot called Mama Bears pizza just down the road. Mama Bear was Joanie, a high spirited, open minded chef from California who decided that she no longer wanted to work in a high end restaurant in Santa Monica, and she no longer wanted her tax dollars contributing to the war machine that the USA has become. She basically said screw it, I'm ...

      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 ...