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Restaurante 58

What do you do when you have been busy shopping on Ave. Revolución and are hungry after haggling with the merchants there... and the place you thought you'd go doesn't open for two more hours?  Well, you ask one of the local merchants.  He said: "Go to Restaurante 58".

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El Salto

Most of us think of Baja as desert climate, with few water features other than the ocean and gulf.  In the rainy season during the winter, the El Salto waterfall and canyon are a fun and easy hike with striking water features.

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Popotla - Fishing Village

Many of us have been hesitant to visit Popotla fishing village.  When first  driving into the village, many people come up to your car to implore you to park and eat at their small restaurant.   The bustle can be overwhelming.  Well, for Señor Sabrosisimo, the chaos will not keep him away any more.

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Veterinaria Bahia

Many of us living in Baja have pets.  Some of us have a lot of pets.  If you have wanted to find a caring and well equipped veterinarian in Ensenada, look no more.

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Mercado Hidalgo

Just a few blocks from the border crossing between Tijuana and San Ysidro is the Mercado Hidalgo.  So close and yet very, very different.  The Mercado Hidalgo is an open air food market that covers an entire city block.

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La Cascada - Ice Cream and Popsicles

I scream, you scream, we all scream "Let's go to Primo Tapia for ice cream."  Wait...  Huh?

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Macroplaza Insurgentes

When driving from Rodriguez Dam to Cervezaria Frontera, Señor Sabrosisimo and Señora Adora passed through a new commercial district with a large shopping mall.  Neither had heard anyone mention this area at all.  A couple of weeks later, Sr. S. decided to check it out.

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