About this listing
Our wonderful home in La Paz is perfectly located near everything and in a great neighborhood. Being so close to the beach we enjoy cooling breezes off the Sea of Cortez and relaxing strolls down the Malecon waterfront promenade. Come experience it!
Casa de las Brisas is our townhouse located just a short block from the Malecon and beach in beautiful La Paz.
Our home has two ample bedrooms, a large bathroom, and a stocked kitchen and big living room. we are located on the first floor of a two story fourplex and get wonderful breezes through the home all year long. The neighborhood is nice and quiet, one of the best old neighborhoods in the city. Our home comes with cable TV and internet, as well as linens and kitchenware. There is a back patio which you can use for storing your toys or grilling up your catch of the day. you will have private parking right outside your door too.
when you stay here there are many places within walking distance, for example, the best grocery store is seven blocks down the street. a block further is a european style bakery with ecailrs and sour dough bread, and a great gourmet shop across the street. On tuesdays and Saturdays there is an organic farmer's market in front of the bakery, as well as a bunch of nice restaurants and coffee shops in the same area. Please note that our home is not a hotel, so if you run out of things you will need to replace them. There is no maid service unless you opt for it with our maid. Drinking water can be refilled down the street, amenities can be purchased at the store, etc...
On the Malecon, the city's beachfront boardwalk a block from the house, are dozens of restaurants and nightclubs, shopping, and ice cream shops. Many locals walk the Malecon both morning and evening, and strolling the Malecon is recommended to all my guests. There is an excersize area a couple of blocks up the Malecon where you can work out on the stationary bikes and other static equipment for the cross trainer in all of us.
Heading either way on the Malecon will lead you to a marina. Both have good restaurants and the Palmira has a pool which you can use with the purchase of food or drink. If you don't want to walk to downtown, or need to get to Wal Mart or the huge box stores, there is a bus that passes in front of the house every 20 minutes or so to take you there.
The best feature of Casa de las Brisas is that it is a great value, big and comfortable, and in the best location in town, period. Come stay here and enjoy Casa de las Brisas as your home base for exploring this beautiful area. We welcome your pet to our home, as long as it is house trained.
our casa is your casa, so use whatever you need and replace it if possible.
Interaction with Guests
We will have one of our friends greet you and go over the details of the place, then check you out, if possible. The rest of the time we are a phone call or email away. Enjoy your La Paz adventure!
Our neighborhood is quiet and moderately upscale, just a block from the Malecon and beach, and within walking distance of lots of great restaurants, stores, and the center of town.
The bus to Wal Mart and the mall across town passes by our house regularly, with a stop right on the corner. The bus to the Cabo airport is about eight blocks down the street.
Other Things to Note
Please contact my friend Lorena Munguia in La Paz to give you the key and show you around the home. her e mail address is munguialorena on the hotmail networkHer phone in La Paz is six twelve, one forty, nineteen seventy nine. I will let her know your schedule. In case of emergency please call Lorena .
When you get to the home you will need to turn on the water, gas, and the power for the air conditioners. The water is in the driveway in front of our living room window, in the gravel near the neighbor's wall. The tank of gas is outside under the stairs to the second floor. You can reach in to the window opening on the outside of the stair case, through the bars, and turn the valve of the tank on, easy. The circuit breakers for the air conditioners are outside in the back of the house near the air conditioner unit. Turn both breakers on and use the remote controls to use the air conditioners. Please do not use the air conditioners to cool the whole house, as they will not be able to, and please only use them when you are in the rooms, making sure to turn them off when you leave. electricity is very expensive there.
The internet password is: (in numbers) three eight three seven sixty one three nine sixty one, for the Infinitum 79 network. You will need to light the pilot on the water heater if you want hot water for the shower. Keep the thermostat at medium.
The address is Avendida Maderos #1165. Maderos is a one-way street, so come up the Malecon to the restaurant Brisas del Mar, next to the hospital de Seguro Social (IMSS), turn right, then right again on the first block, Maderos, and the building is the first place on the left side. Park in the spot on the far right, next to the neighbor's wall.
If you want Maid service while there, call Leticia, our maid, at six twelve, one fifty eight, ninety seven seventy, and her pay is 250 pesos per week plus 50 pesos tip. laundry places are nearby as well. Tell her it is the home of Rebeca Acosta on Maderos so she knows who you are. For drinking water there is a place one block up Madreos called Esterito agua, refill the 5 gallon jug (garrafon) for 12 pesos. Trash pickup is Thursday and Monday early morning. Put your trash in the raised basket outside under the tree.
Best of luck, enjoy the place, and please, please respect the place and our neighbors, OK?
If you've read this far, I'm sure the house rules won't phase you.
This is a no smoking property, no matter what.
No wild party types or spring breakers allowed.
Please leave the place as good as you found it, and if you break something, please leave us a note so we can replace it before the next guests visit.
Please only use the air conditioners to cool the bedrooms, and only when you are in them, not the whole house and not all day, OK?
Treat our home as you would treat your Mom's, OK?