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ROSARITO BEACH HAS EVERYTHING THIS JULY, FIREWORKS, FANTASTIC DEALS, DIE FLEDERMAUS

This popular tourist destination just 20 miles south of San Diego offers its visitors just about everything this July: from a U.S.-style July 4th celebration with fireworks to a great expo of Mexican home furnishings to fantastic deals and prices.
 
There’s even the second edition of the city’s Opera by the Sea, which this year features Die Fledermaus by Strauss as well as Bizac’s Carmen.
 
Rosarito is home to some of the finest furniture makers anywhere as well as artisans working in stained glass, tile and metal. Their creations and artwork will be on display July 2, 3 and 4 as the large home furnishings expo returns this year to the grounds behind the Rosarito Beach Hotel.
 
More details are available at www.afamaro.com
 
Also at the hotel, visitors can enjoy a U.S.-style Fourth of July celebration with music, food including hot dogs and hamburgers, plus a fireworks display. Not only is it a great event but it’s for a great cause. Admission ($10 and $5) will help support the Flying Samaritans free clinic in Rosarito.\
 
Live entertainment is scheduled from 4 to 10. Advance ticket purchase is suggested. More information is at www.flysams4julybbq.com
 
The Opera by the Sea on July 17 at Rosarito’s center for the arts and culture (CEMAC) will include Irish and Russian dancing, living statues, an art exhibit, face painting, clowns and workshops. Mexican food and drinks will be sold. Closed circuit television also will be available to provide enhanced viewing.
 
The event which starts at 3 is free but seating and parking are limited.
 
For those with different musical tastes, two concerts are scheduled for July 23: Reik on the beach by the Rosarito Beach Hotel and Pitbull at Papa’s & Beer. Visit www.rosarito.org, the city’s Convention & Visitors website, for more details on these.
 
For those who fondly remember folksy hometown fairs, the Rosarito city fair has its run this year from July 1 to 25. It’s a great place to bring the kids for rides, some fun food, entertainment and other attractions.
 
Not only is this July jam-packed with fun-filled events --- in addition to the scenery and attractions that always make Rosarito a special destination --- hotels ands restaurants are offering some of the best prices in years. You can build a great trip around almost any budget --- for one person or a large family.
 
Some hotels this year also are offering tours to various Baja attractions, including the Guadalupe Valley. Rosarito is the nearest resort town to stay south of the border for those wanting to explore Baja’s great wine country and its vineyards. 
 
July is a great time for an affordable family vacation or weekend, whether you’re interested in a special event or just love to enjoy Baja by the sea: surfing, sunning, shopping, horseback ridings, ATVs, spas --- or just plain relaxing.
 
This is just a taste of what Rosarito has to offer visitors this summer. More complete event, lodging and dining information plus any updates all are available in detail on www.rosarito.org
 
MEDIA CONTACT:   

Ron Raposa                

Rosarito Residence: 661-100-6177
Cell: (619)948-3740
ronraposa@hotmail.com

 

Published Sunday, June 27, 2010 2:15 PM by Kanoa Biondolillo
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