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Stories and Tips Loreto

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La Damiana Inn

Written by 12CGTV on 04 Jul, 2006

La Damiana Inn is a big yellow house on Madero y Hidalgo downtown Loreto. The Inn is in a good location only 2 blocks to the waterfront. The rooms all have there own bathrooms and they have a living room and kitchen that all guests…Read More


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Mediterraneo

Written by 12CGTV on 04 Jul, 2006

Mediterraneo is a new restaurant in Loreto , with a beautiful view of the water. The restaurant has good food and service. Coming soon in the backyard of the restaurant a Texas B.B.Q. with a bar, and dancing.…Read More


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Augies Bar

Written by 12CGTV on 04 Jul, 2006

This is a great place to eat and have a drink. Augies has the best Happy Hour, in town and it has a great view of the water. Most of the gringos that live in Loreto hang out here for Happy Hour…Read More


Kayaking with Sea Kayak Adventures

Written by carla_st_john on 22 Apr, 2005

6 days, 13 kayakers, 3 guides, 2 islands and no ice! This was an organized 6-day camping and kayaking trip that explores the nearby Islands of Carmen and Danzante and provides a chance to see dolphins, whales, manta rays, and many other types of sea…Read More


Afterthoughts

Written by Coronado Bob & Berie on 05 Apr, 2004

The Whales Inn was all-inclusive and we have decided that that is not what we like the best. Food in all-inclusive resorts is plentiful, but often very mediocre. At the Whales Inn, most meals were served cafeteria-style and the dishes were prepared in…Read More


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Loreto Fiesta

Written by 12CGTV on 17 Jan, 2005

Not too many cruise ships stop in Loreto, so when a ship stops for the day, they have a show in the town square. They had music and dancers perform for the cruise ship passengers - all for free!…Read More


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Loreto Mission

Written by 12CGTV on 17 Jan, 2005

The Nuestro Senora de Loreto mission was built in 1752 and has since been rebuilt many times due to earthquakes and floods, but it still serves as the lead mission in the Baja Peninsula.…Read More


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Town of Loreto

Written by 12CGTV on 17 Jan, 2005

Loreto lies 84 miles south of Mulege and 217 miles north of La Paz. As the oldest of the permanent settlements and the first capital of the Baja, Loreto is rich in history.…Read More


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