San Felipe Marina Resort & Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to survive the big chill. San Miguel is high desert, and we have cold nights and mornings. We’re up on a hill and the condo we’re in only gets direct sun in one room, so the house stays cold all the time. We have some gas heaters that help take some of the chill off, but they really only heat a small area. We have to buy propane tanks for these every couple of weeks, but without them we would freeze! At least it’s sunny ...
We are in the new place and adjusting well; it always takes a bit of time to get settled in. We took two taxis and convoyed over to Santa Julia. We’re out of the city and it’s a bit far to walk, but doable if you have lots of time. Buses seem to run about every 15 minutes and that’s an easy way to town for only 40 cents as compared to a taxi which runs about $3.50, and you rarely can catch a taxi in this area. We can buy most of the ...
... to play with. The trip to Mexicali and back is a one day affair and one of the guys from the marina offered to drive us, so add in one more adventure!
We choose the marina in San Felipe to leave the boat because of its close proximity to California, its relative safe position out of the hurricane belt, and finally because it is an area of the Sea of Cortez that is ignored by many cruisers because it is a bit out of the way and ...
Brushed up on my Spanish in this lovely city during the annual cultural festival. Jarabe de Palo played in the central square and the Argentine film Castro at the cinemateca. Both events were standing room only.
I learned to make zacatecan enchiladas. We went to the mercado to buy all the ingredients and spend an afternoon cooking and having a great time.
... 6. Nice big ranch, where we could literally setup anywhere we wanted. Once setup, we took both Cai and Max out for a walk . .. Yes, even Max the cat walks on a leash—when he wants.
The night was bitter cold, but when the sun rose in the morning it was spectacular; warm and breathtaking with large trees and palms that ran the length of our site. We arrived in Loreto late in ...