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Sharon asks…

All info on Carnival Paradise Mexico Cruise…?

All advice welcome…
no links please just your advice

Tijuana answers:

Not sure what info you need ,all i can tell you is to pack light as there not much room in cabin,no drinking what so ever if your under 21 you will get kick of the ship and who ever gave it to you and youwill have to find your own way home here what i found for this cruise it a list of things to do
To really get to know Ensenada we suggest you tour the following points of interest. They will allow you to walk thru Ensenada’s past and present. If you are more sports-oriented there are many options for watersports, as well as on land activities.

Here are some Points of Interest to get you started!

The gray whale is the most common species seen near the coast of Baja. Other whales are present but tend to seek deeper waters while the gray whale’s swim in shallow waters seeking Baja’s many lagoons for calving. The Baja California coastline is teeming with whales during the calving season from late November to late march. The greatest number can be seen in February

Once a plush gambling casino in the ’30s, now a center for social and cultural events open 8:30am-7pm. Stroll the gardens landscaped with monuments detailing Baja California history until 10pm. Visit Bar Andaluz, the Museum of history and Galeria de la Ciudad. Centrally located on Blvd. Costero, tel. 176-4233, fax 176-4310. The adjacent Parque Infantil (Children’s Park) with a playground and BBQs/tables opens Tues.-Sun. 10am-6pm.

The oldest bar in the Californias established in 1892 and a designated historical landmark. Open daily 10am-1am. Av. Ruiz #113, tel. 178-3210.

The newly remodeled shopping & dining promenade stretching along Av. Lopez Mateos from Av. Castillo to Av. Ryerson. Stroll through this colorful shopping district, then relax and enjoy al fresco dining and people-watching.

Once a sandy beach, now the coastal route through Ensenada also known as Lazaro Cardenas. View the Riviera del Pacifico and other sights along the palm-lined boulevard from the comfort of a calandria (horse-drawn carriage). Rides available daily 9am-6pm at Blvd. Costero & Macheros, tel. 171-4303 (cellular).

The new boardwalk along the downtown waterfront from Azueta to Av. Castillo. Relax and enjoy the view at Parque Ventana al Mar (Window to the Sea Park) with its monumental Mexican flag.

Northern Baja’s largest seafood market with many types of fish and shellfish plus Ensenada’s specialty-fish tacos. On the waterfront malecon.

An attractive park on Blvd. Costero & Macheros with giant golden busts of Mexican heroes Benito Juarez, Miguel Hidalgo and Venustiano Carranza. It is locally known as “Three Heads Park.” CHAPULTEPEC HILLS
A fabulous panoramic view of Ensenada from one of the city’s most attractive residential areas. Follow Calle 2 up.

A huge handpainted statue symbolizing Mother Nature, a gift of peace and friendship from a Nepalese cultural organization. Overlooking the city on the original site of the 1930s Fort Keki on Calle 13 between Av. Obregon & Moctezuma.

A lovely park with numerous species of shade trees, a playground and Mother’s Monument. Av. Obregon between Calles 6&7.

Search for trash and treasures at Los Globos, Ensenada’s largest outdoor swap meet on Calle 9 three blocks east of Reforma. Open daily but weekends are best.

An extraordianry observation point with panoramic views of Ensenada Bay and Todos Santos Island. At Km. 84 on the Tijuana-Ensenada toll tighway, 17 miles north of Ensenada.


San Miguel Last toll gate in Ensenada-Tijuana highway, good surf spot

El Faro Beach Kilometer 14.9 in the transpeninsular highway

Baja Beach 16 miles south of Ensenada on road to La Bufadora

Estero Beach 6 miles south of downtown Ensenada. Good family spot

Colorful and bustling agricultural center that stretches along both sides of the transpeninsualar highway. With sandy beaches along both ocean and bays, it is also a seasonal paradise for outdoor and wildlife aficionados with excellent fishing, hunting, hiking and birdwatching. San Quintin provides a wide assortment of restaurants, hotels, RV parks, stores and services

Tranquil village in a wide valley, the last town along the transpeninsular highway with a full range of lodgings, stores and services untill Guerrero Negro in Baja California Sur. Visit the local museum and mision ruins

Tiny community situated in a desert garden oasis of unusual granite rock formations. Cave paintings, old abandoned ranches, mission ruins and many species of cacti and desert plants found nowhere else make Cataviña unique.

One of the spots in Baja California where deserts and mountains meet the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. With its clear turquoise waters, miles of silky beaches and proximity to cave paintings, deserted mines and Mision San Francisco de Borja, Bahia de los Angeles is popular among anglers, water sports enthusiasts, hikers and explorers.

James asks…

I am getting married in Rosarito Beach in May and am looking for a good, honest florist in Ensenada…?

We have spoken to a florist in San Diego and will be seeing someone in T.J. next week. However the wedding is taking place on Mother’s Day and the San Diego florist has already advised us that the price will be almost double the normal rate because of the holiday. So…since the wedding is in Mexico, we figure a florist in Ensenada may have much better rates and would be about the same distance from Rosarito anyway. Anybody know any good Baja florists you’d like to share? Thanks!

Tijuana answers:

Yes….just a few minutes south of Ensenada…there is a florist on the right (south) side of transpeninsular highway. Moments before the Estero Beach turnoff. I don’t know the name of her shop, however I have used her for mother’s day. Excellent & affordable. Enjoy & congratulations!

Charles asks…

Have you been on a cruise before?

If so, what place(s) And what cruise line? The answer closest to the one I went on will be chosen best answer.

Tijuana answers:

Yup went on a Royal Caribbean cruise. Went from long beach to san diego to catalina island to ensenada, mexico and back to long beach

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