Santa Rosa Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Santa Rosa Hotel Todos Santos
Travel Blogs from Todos Santos
... Spanish dug us out of a hole. And we were reminded once again, that despite whatever horror stories you might hear, most people are nice. It’s as simple as that.
However, we have had a bit more of a problem with (b) ‘it’s lovely’. Hmmm...... not so sure about that. The Baja is basically a 1000 miles of barren desert – which is interesting enough for a while, but after you’ve seen one ...
... Sure took its
time and even more frustrating is the possibility that after all this we may not in fact need such a document. Other overlanders we are meeting are telling us they didn’t need it when entering the US. Who has been misleading who????
Mexico is famous for tacos, chillies, big moustaches and of course tequila. And it has a town of that name which heavily trades on this fact being smack in the centre of the area where tequila is produced and where the blue ...
... in the property. The floors & countertops are all an exquisite marble with shades of pink and gold throughout. The windows are large with arches to coordinate with the circular design. Somebody put a lot of thought into what they wanted. I am still "thrown" by the planters around the bed though. If it was designed to be a moat or have plants in it, and you had a few too many cocktails, you might end up wet or soiled so to speak.
Anyway, we ...
... want them knowing how difficult and scary it can really get "out there". At the time I told her she should just be honest with them because they will certainly be amazed and proud of their courageous and adventurous Mom. But thinking about it later, I realized that the main reason to ...
... the Journal of Geophysical Research as ‘plate tectonics’.
Those who have a good memory will be able to recall the Mendocino Fracture Zone that I commented upon a few days ago. There was also the Molokai & Murray Fracture Zones and these all connect – the crust of the earth moving, known as seafloor spreading, and when it reaches the boundary of continents, it plunges back into the earth in a process known as subduction. Think earthquakes, tsunamis and ...
Other places to stay in Todos Santos
Benito Juarez e/ Morelos y Marquez de Leon, Todos Santos | 3 star hotelfrom $103
Todos Santos | Hotelfrom $105
Calle del Huertor, Todos Santos | Hotelfrom $40
Legaspy esquina Topete S/N, Col. Centro, Todos Santos | 4 star hotelfrom $123