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Single Story For Sale in Rosarito

Coronado Islands

• 1,845 sq. ft., 3 bath, 2 bdrm single story - $499,000 USD - Top Floor Penthouse

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Published Friday, April 4, 2008 11:31 AM by Maggie Arreola
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Tuesday, April 8, 2008 8:01 AM by GL

Spinning Fear

Unbalanced reporting of crime in Baja impacts popular cycling event

San Diego, March 25 - The 29th Anniversary Rosarito Ensenada 50 Mile

Fun Bicycle Ride will take place on April 19. And while a fearful few

are still avoiding Baja due to negative media reports on safety,

security surrounding the event is actually at an all-time high.

"Security for tourists in Baja has dramatically increased and we're

seeing positive results," said Gary Foster of Bicycling West, a San

Diego sports marketing company that promotes large-scale participatory

events in Baja California. "Rosarito Beach hosted 150,000 visitors for

spring break and there were no crimes reported against tourists."

Foster attributes recent decreases in Baja tourism to not only a weak

U.S. dollar, but also a fearful public that has been misled by the

media. "News is a product, and fear sells. Violence anywhere is

tragic, but the tragedy here has been compounded by unbalanced media

coverage. Crime rates in Tijuana are no worse than Los Angeles, yet

the headlines have focused on Baja."

"The truth is there's a lot more security now and crime has dropped

off," said Foster. "The state secretary of tourism has implemented

security along the road between the San Ysidro border crossing and the

beginning of the toll road in Tijuana. Federal Police have increased

patrols on the toll road between Tijuana and Ensenada, and so have the

federal Angeles Verdes tourist police. State police are posted at

exits, on-ramps and toll plazas, and the city of Rosarito Beach

launched a new tourist police force."

"We're impressed by Mexico's efforts, and we're pleased to see that

it's working," concluded Foster. "We're looking forward to a great

season of events." The Rosarito Ensenada bike ride is semi-annual and

will take place on April 19 and September 27 in 2008.

The Rosarito Ensenada events begin at 10:00 a.m. in front of the

Rosarito Beach Hotel. The course is 50 miles of paved highway along

the Pacific Coast and inland through rural countryside from Rosarito

Beach to Ensenada. Registration is open to the public and available

online for $35 and at the event for $40. Round-trip transportation is

available from San Diego to the event. Maps and detailed information

is available on event's official website at www.rosaritoensenada.com.

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