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Mexican gastronomy

By: Keli Dailey Source: www.utsandiego.com For a close-up look at a cuisine enjoying pop-gourmet stardom — dubbed “Baja Med” by its top chef practitioners, praised by famous food-TV hosts, whispered about as one of the world’s

Tourists Continue to be Duped by Baja's Hotel California

By: Wake and Wander Source: www.hotelchatter.com We mentioned that sometimes, given our watchdog role in the hotel industry, we have to report on the bad and the ugly as well as the good. Well, consider the Hotel California in Todos Santos, Mexico officially

Border 'mega-region' waiting to be tapped

By: Katherine Connor Source: www.sddt.com The message at the Urban Land Institute’s October breakfast meeting was clear: Investing in the resources of the largely untapped Cali-Baja Mega-Region is the key to climbing out of this economic recession

Tijuana Expo welcomes San Diego inventors

By: Christian De La Rosa Source: www.fox5sandiego.com Tijuana native Jordi Muñiz began developing drones two years ago in his parent's garage. Since then, he has one of the fastest growing drone technology companies in the world with operations

Mexico Offers Gas Price Relief for Cash-Strapped Drivers

By: Tony Shin Source: www.nbcsandiego.com As Californians cope with soaring gas prices, some San Diegans are trying to get the best deal they can even if it means leaving the country. The average price of gasoline jumped nearly 50 cents in the past week

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico's star attraction

By: Hello Magazine Source: www.hellomagazine.com When Hollywood A-listers want a getaway, they'll often head to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico's star attraction. Justin Timberlake recently took his bachelor party here – he and around 20 male friends

Vacation with Chefs in Mexico

By: Lauren Mack Source: www.thedailymeal.com Rancho Pescadero and chef Rodrigo Bueno are hosting a three-night, four-day culinary weekend Nov. 29 to Dec. 2 with chef Tim Goodell of Public Kitchen & Bar in Hollywood, Calif., 25 Degrees in Hollywood,

I THOUGHT I KNEW MARIACHI...BUT I HAD NO IDEA IT WAS SO AMAZING

Take a look at what a few amazing people are doing to get Mariachi in the schools of Mexico as well as in the mind of young very talented musicians. So you do you think you know Mariachi? Well I thought I did and I have to say that I saw a side of Mariachi

Tijuana Dental Clinics Promote Healthy Smiles on a Vacation

By: Yasir Khan Source: www.sbwire.com American consumers who patronize Tijuana dental clinics usually enjoy a short vacation while they’re in Mexico for dental implants and other services. Many of the most popular clinics provide hotel room booking

Go South for Sun, Surf, and Surgery

By: Stephanie Thompson Source: www.sandiegomagazine.com Baja California is booming, with tourists flocking south of the border for lobster tacos, secret surf spots, Napa-quality wines... and surgery. Yes, surgery. After a drop in 2008 and 2009, attributable

Tourism officials in Mexico confident that travel growth will continue through 2018

By: Edward Leeron Source: www.netglobers.com Mexico's tourism industry is confident that travel to Mexico from nations such as France and the United States will continue to grow each year, even if only by a small percentage, Gloria Guevara, the nation's

Hope in Mexico

By: Kevin Caufield Source: www.newstrib.com In his youth, Peru resident Don Arter could stand on the mound and smoke 90 to 95 mph fastballs past batters. He played basketball on a college scholarship, and was even offered a contract by the St. Louis Cardinals.

Justin Timberlake's Bachelor Party Moves to Mexico

By: Gossip Cop Source: www.opposingviews.com Justin Timberlake’s bachelor party celebration has gone international. The singer-actor, who threw a bash with large group of male friends at Surrender nightclub in Las Vegas on Thursday, ustin Timberlake’s

Border Week: Rosarito-Ensenada Bike Ride

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com The Rosarito-Ensenada bicycle ride, a tradition in Baja California, will start in front of the Rosarito Beach Hotel on Saturday at 10 a.m. The event has been held since 1980 (twice a year since 1987) and has

Eat Your Way Through Mexico City: 7 Un-Skippable Dining Options

By: Matthew Bell Source: www.newnownext.com When I travel, there’s something I usually forget—my hotel room number, what language I’m supposed to speak, an address, an umbrella, an extra layer, a boyfriend…uh…. But in Mexico
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