Casa Natalie Resort
Travel Blogs from Ensenada
... explore Ensenada. The town itself had little to it but I had been recommended to check out La Bufadora. To my shame I actually had no clue what this might be but it was at the end of a little peninsula and seemed to be the thing to do in Ensenada so I decided to just go and see for myself. 2 buses later, having made bus buddies with anyone who dared to sit near "the gringa" I had made friends with a little boy called Javier (who was very insistent on ...
... that move the pickers to the fields. And lots more trucks, good thing the road is a lane and a half wide, including the shoulder.
We strolled into Ensenada about 1 PM and found a motor hotel in downtown that would take Sadie and had parking off the street for the X and Tango. We walked the shopping district looking for a place to run some diagnostics on the laptop, no such luck. Sadie got a long walk. We bought some sipping tequila and more Kahlua. Bobby bought ...
... beauty. We found one such gem at La Jolla beachside camping.
We pulled into the dusty campground that was a bit haphazard to say the least, but as soon as we laid eyes on the beach we were sold! It was a beautiful wide sandy stretch of heaven, and practically deserted. The sand glistened with "fools gold" and hot water springs shot up through one part of the beach, so it was possible to enjoy boiling hot water baths if you ...
... from the water’s edge (N26 32.300 W111 44.163). Meanwhile, around us were the somewhat sad remains of the old RV site – the still white painted plinths carrying what would have been electrical and water connections, sewer pipe connections poking up from the ground, and what was probably once the entrance
office now filled with empty clam shells of all things. Sad because this would have been where others, some with their families, would have come in past years to ...
Awesome place. A lot of stories to be told. The wines were awesome. Most never get to US. Ok get this. 2 large jars of local olives, 2 huge bottles of olive oil, 5 bottles of blue chip wine including one of our new favorite Tentoiniio and 3 great bottles of champagne for les than hundred bucks. Met some new friends from California. More later on them. Lots coming up so stay ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet