Sep 28

Thursday, September 28, 2006 through Saturday September 30, 2006
ANNUAL FURNITURE EXPO
This is an all day event. And if you have not had a chance to visit the gardens, then this will be the perfect time. Bring your camera, and maybe a lite jacket, as the breeze could be a little cool. This event will be [...]


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Sep 26

WASHINGTON – A plan to tighten U.S. borders by requiring passports or tamper-resistant identification cards from everyone entering the country has been delayed.
House and Senate lawmakers agreed to push back the program by 17 months, saying they want to make sure new ID cards being developed by the Bush administration will better secure borders against [...]


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Sep 24

September 28
Tijuana

Filippa Giordano Concert
Considered the Italian Diva of the Pop-Opera, Filippa will delight the audience with her extraordinary voice. This concert will be held at the Sala de Espectáculos of the Tijuana Cultural Center; 8:00 p.m. Tickets $600 - $800 pesos, available online at: www.cecut.gob.mx For more information call (664) 687-9600.
September 29-October 1
San Vicente
San Vicente [...]


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Sep 23

Rosario Beach Mexico,

Another summer has come, and gone, and this one, the one of 2006 went by much to fast for my taste. It seems just yesterday, that we rolled out of bed, and shook off the night chill, and took a walk on the beach, wearing shorts, and enjoying the power of the [...]


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Sep 22

San Miguel Arcángel de la Frontera

There are 14 mission sites in Baja California, representing the influence of the Jesuit, Franciscan and Dominican friars of the Cucapá, Pai-Pai, Kiliwa, Kumiai and Cochimí cultures. The sites vary from simple vestiges to well preserved functional buildings.
I hope over the next few weeks to post the information about [...]


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Sep 21

WA-KUATAY MUSEUM
At the museum of Playas de Rosarito you will find the most important historical events, divided in several exposition halls. It shows how the Kumiai tribe lived and you will also find arrows and vessels made from stone.
It’s important to mention that descendants of the Kumiai tribe still live in a reservation south of [...]


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Sep 19

Continuing with the theme of "Things to do in Baja", today I would like to talk about what to do in Rosarito Beach.
Rosarito is by definition a beach town. Although the waters of the Pacific Ocean are not exactly warm around the shores of Rosarito, swimming is one of the most popular activities in [...]


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