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February 9, 2004
From journal Home away from home
October 7, 2002
The location couldn''t be better. It looked to me like all units have a (large) covered balcony that looks out over the ocean. One, two, and three bedroom units are available, ranging in price from $85-$375 per night depending on size and season.
We stayed in a unit owned by friends who really put time, money and effort into making their place gorgeous. I can vouch for Units 401W and 601W as incredibly well-done, comfortable three bedroom units. Go to the reservation website at RockyPointRes.com. Click on the link for Sonoran Spa Resort. The photos of the unit with colored walls is 501E. It is another unit owned by friends and sleeps around 11. One of the rooms has a specially-built bunk bed with four beds! I went to the sales office and got to look at a two bedroom unit. This one was just a basic condo, but very comfortable. The texture on the walls of these places is unusual, heavy, and I loved it. The interior of our friends'' condos are painted by a local man who used vibrant colors and Mexican painting techniques. The furnishings are plush. They splurged on very comfortable mattresses. There is beautiful artwork and silk plants, just as in the finest hotels.
Linens are provided in all rental units and kitchens are fully stocked. There is also a dishwasher, stove, microwave, and washer and dryer. The surroundings in most units is rather plain, but if you want a visual feast, ask for the units I have specified. I''ve heard there are others, so be sure to ask! If you''re bringing the kids, make sure the unit you get allows children. Some units are so nice kids aren''t allowed, and some are completely non-smoking units, including on the balcony.
When the tide comes in, you can sit in the kitchen and not even see the beach. All you see is an expanse of ocean so blue it''s breathtaking.
From journal Another Mexico--Puerto Penasco