Villaggio Turistico Mar De Cortez
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Villaggio Turistico Mar De Cortez La Paz
Travel Blogs from La Paz
... we were visited by a couple of sea turtles and Patti made Taylor's request for chicken mole while keeping an eye peeled for the turtles, hoping to get a good picture. We liked it so much here we decided to stay until mid-day Sunday and that gave all of us a chance to do some more snorkeling and Kip a chance to do some more spear fishing. He was just certain he heard a Hogfish calling his name! Unfortunately, the water wasn't quite so ...
... I think?) but after queuing up we were told we needed ID which we didn't have. Next, we visited the Museo de la Ciudad, a museum containing an exhibition about the history of Mexico City (which we only understood very brief parts of as it was all in spanish, but it was a very cool museum and very well presented!), and multiple art exhibitions from different Mexican artists. My favourite was ...
What a day! I didn't think I’d be back in the hotel to compose this. We went off to a lagoon in a mountainous and very remote area about 70 miles south west of La Paz – supposed to be very beautiful. Anyway, to cut a long story short we got lost in the mountains amid these awful dirt roads. The ...
... 3 inches thick with perfect flavor. Tanya continued to steal my food, which was fine because I would have struggled on my own. Aldo was waiting for us by the church and whisked us back to Costa Baja past the increasing night time traffic in La Paz. While La Paz wasn't what we expected, we definitely left wanting to come back and explore more. The small pockets of tourism did not ruin the authentic Mexican charm of the town. Stuffed, we were asleep again before ...
... rock island that seemed to have rocks dripping with bright white paint (more bird poo). It wasn't long before we could hear the barking of the bull sea lions protecting their herd. The experience began immediately as we had to shoo away several yearlings that had taken up camp on our mooring. This caused them to get excited as we quickly befriended about 5-10 of them, one of which jumped into the back of the boat for a quick photo. Tanya and I zipped up our suits ...