Welk Resorts Sirena Del Mar
Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... carved wooden door that, when opened, reveals an open air courtyard flanked by a fireplace which hosts seating for eight; or more if someone opts for the hearth.
Beyond lies sliding glass doors which meet at a ninety degree angle and offer entry into the entry hall, living room, kitchen and dining room where sits a long table for eight below an oversized chandelier. A large fireplace presides over living room seating for eight in ...
In 1975 we spent a year on our sailboat in Mexico. We were in Cabo 3 times. Believe me, there is no resemblance to what it was like then and now.
There were only 3 hotels there and the streets weren't paved. Now it is huge. Hotels, condos restaurants everywhere. When we were there, there were plans to build a marina. It is now filled with fishing boats.
We went ashore and found a good real ...
... or at least it felt that way. It was dark by the time I came across my hotel. That was one of the longest walks I've been on in a while. I recall being super hungry, which is rare, since I don't even eat that much. When I got to the hotel I got something to go at the restaurant and head to the hotel room. I sat back on the deck, that overlooked a courtyard and just people watched. I walked miles and got good exercise and now it was time for some R and ...
... The first night I spent just soaking in the scenery. We are located in between The Cabos, so the first night we decided to be adventurous and take the bus towards Cabo San Lucas. Let me tell you, chivalry is not dead in Mexico! The bus was packed, but as soon as we got on three men stood so that Lisa, Kelly and I could have a seat! I was flattered and very thankful since I was pretty tired. We ate a great dinner at a nice seafood place called Villa Serena. I think I ...
... spend day two exploring the coastline from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo on a small 16-seater boat as part of a Sea of Cortez snorkeling tour. It was a lot of fun and it was here where we got to hold a porcupine fish and a balloon fish! It was really exciting and awesome to see all the different species we don't have in New Zealand. The tour ended up on a floating pavilion where we made fresh salsa and had it for lunch with tortilla chips and frijoles ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service