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Good For Solo
The TRADITION in the Middle of the Peninsula
In addition to the comfortable motel rooms (which were added to the restaurant site about 20 years ago) set in colorful gardens with reconstructed whale bones (see photo), there is also an RV park.
Each room has bathroom, soap and shampoo, color TV, coffee/tea making facilities, bottled water and free wireless internet service. The queen beds are comfortable and the rooms have recently been renovated.
Most of the staff speaks good English in addition to Spanish.
There are 45 RV spaces, with water, sewage, 110v electric hookups, tent area. Pets are allowed on leash; toilet and shower faciities.
There is a DELI, GIFT SHOP and agency for booking WHALE-WATCHING TOURS on site.
Unique Quality: This is THE gathering place for people transitting the Baja Peninsula, being just about half way between the northern border and Cabo San Lucas in the south. Besides those who come for the whale-watching tours, many other travelers stop and stay and swap road information and Baja stories. It is used as a meeting place by many RVers as well as we who drive our SUVs.
Directions: after you turn off the hiway toward the town, it is on the RIGHT about half a mile---can't miss it.
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