!Bienvenidos a Casita SantiagoA charming, clean casita
Hot springs, waterfalls, serenity, history
Хозяин Pamela
Pamela — хозяин.
2 гостя
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1 кровать
1 ванная
2 гостя
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1 кровать
1 ванная
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CASITA SANTIAGO is located in the charming historic block, within walking distance to the plaza.
Experience true Mexican culture in this small village while exploring the nearby waterfalls, hot springs & hiking in the Sierra de La Laguna Nat. Park.


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Плата за уборку 1184 р
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Время прибытия: с 13:00 до 18:00.
Выезд до 10:00

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3 ночи — минимальная продолжительность бронирования

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Профиль пользователя Steve
февраль 2017
If you are visiting Santiago or the surrounding areas (and you should!), this is the place to stay! Pamela is a wonderful hostess and has tons of knowledge about the surrounding town and surrounding area that she shares. The casita has all you will need for a relaxing retreat a…

Профиль пользователя Andrea
январь 2017
Pamela's Casita Santiago was one of our best experiences through AirBnB yet. The space itself is fully equipped, cozy, and inviting. The colors are warming and welcoming. The kitchen is cute and easy to use. The shower is fantastic! The bed is very comfortable. The town is extre…

Профиль пользователя Marty
декабрь 2016
Pamela's casitas was a wonderful and relaxed place stay as we explored Santigo and the nearby Sierra de la Laguna. Her place is colorful, cozy and well appointed. It was a great place to spend time in, cook meals and relax after a day of hiking and swimming in the near by mounta…
Профиль пользователя Pamela
Ответ от Pamela:
Hi Marty: Would you pass this info on to Melissa? You two were correct in identifying the yellow blooming arroyo shrub as in the pea family. Here's the rest of the info from the author of the Baja Plant Field Guide. Kathleen is a friend of mine who knows the author. You two were GREAT guests and are welcome back any time! Cheers! Pamela Hi Kathleen & Happy New Year! The plant is the non-native shrub that is commonly used in horticulture, but naturalizes called Senna didymobotrya (Fabaceae) From my new Checklist publication: *Senna didymobotrya (Fresen.) H.S. Irwin & Barneby [syn = Cassia didymobotrya Fresen.] {BC: Rebman 27064 (SD 234561)} This non-native shrub is planted as an ornamental in nw BC and in the Cape region and rarely naturalizes in the Tijuana metro area and at low elevations in the northern Cape of BCS. Ecoregions: CSS; Wider distrib.: Native to tropical Africa, introduced JAL, MIC, AZ, CA, FL, West Indies, Central America, Old World tropics African Senna
декабрь 2016

Профиль пользователя Ann
ноябрь 2016
Santiago is a purely Mexican town and a wonderful place off the tourist track. The access to the Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Preserve is easy and yet adventurous. Pamela was a wonderful host for information and stories. Her knowledge of the area was an important part of our …

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