San Nicolas Hotel And Casino
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... there to help us. We got our tourist cards, no cost. We asked about the bikes and whether we needed any additional paper work and were told no. This is different that what we read on line but Smurph double checked asking is we needed anything for all of Baja was was told no. So we left.
WE ended up taking the local roads out of town and got used to stop and go traffic. WE headed west and eventually, ...
... on our last Mexican visit.
On the whole dinner was disappointing here as compared to Sterling's Steakhouse two nights earlier but that will be reflected on the Princess Survey that I'm sure to receive during the next few days.
It's our last night on board Sapphire so let the packing process begin - I need to get this to exactly 50.0 pounds so my carry-on luggage could be 100 lbs. to avoid the overweight charge.
Let the Packing begin.
... 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 ...
... Mexico! And then she did!!!!! I can't count the amount of times I've said that (not necessarily to Mexico, but Thailand, Fiji, Vanuatu - anywhere I ever visit that life seems simpler!) It was really refershing to meet someone who had followed through, and was now living the life they craved. No money, no prestige, no Malibu address, no high end career - no stress, no frustration, no anxiety about what others think, no mterialism. ...
... fortunate in most of our so called 1st world countries in that we seldom suffer water shortages due to climate or seasonal changes. We have little idea or sense of how vital it is to use water sparingly as most central Americans do. In some areas it is a matter of survival.
St. Javier (N25 51.686 W111 32.629)is a quiet and relaxed little haven set at the end of the road from the coast, surrounded by dry mountains and shaded by palms and other old trees. One such ...