Punta Morro Resort

Carretera, Ensenada, Baja California, 22800, Mexico
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Getting from Ensenada to LAX

by troutboy

I'm racing in the 2009 Newport to Ensenada regatta this month as a crewmember and am having a hard time finding transportation back to LAX from Ensenada. Nobody wants to rent a car for pick-up in Mexico and drop-off at LAX. Greyhound doesn't go to LAX from Ensenada and the only route they have takes 11 hours with a 5 hour layover in Tijuana and drop off some 15 miles from LAX. Haven't been able to locate a puddle jumper flight from ESE to LAX.

Someone please help!
My flight out of LAX back to St. Louis is at 9:40am Monday the 27th.
The sailing race starts Friday the 24th at noon and we should be in Ensenada by late Sat evening. That leaves me with Sunday for travel back to LAX, or a very early flight Monday morning.

Re: Getting from Ensenada to LAX

by lmkluque

You might contact your hotel in Ensenada and ask if they offer a shuttle to San Diego Airport, then take a plane to LAX. If not, they may have better suggestions how you might return to LAX than I have but this is what I see as your options.

At least, your hotel may offer a shuttle to the border at Tijuana. Just outside of the border into the USA, there is a San Diego Trolley station which will take you into downtown SD, with a stop at the Santa Fe train depot, where you can take a train to LA, then a bus/metro to LAX or you could go to San Diego airport--not too far from the train station--and fly into LAX.

If your hotel doesn't offer shuttle service, you could negotiate with a taxi driver to take you to the border in Tijuana. (Some taxis can take you all the way to the train depot or to the airport, but they will be more expensive.) Ask at your hotel for a suggestion of the least expensive taxis in the area and maybe to help you set the price.

Re: Getting from Ensenada to LAX

by nomad7890

Will there be other people working the event that will be driving back to TJ of LA? ... if not I'd try for the taxi to TJ idea ... but would set a fixed price.

Not sure about getting from the border to LA or to San Diego because we always drove the few times we went when we lived there - and never drove across.

Travel Tips for Ensenada

State Tourism Office

by Stephen-KarenConn

We had a difficult time finding adequate information about things to see and do in Ensenada until we went to the State Tourism Office. Here we found brochures and information that helped us discover many places of interest we would not have otherwise known about, since there is a noticable scarcity of tourist information in the hotels.

In the same building with the State Tourism Office is Asistencia al Turista (Tourist Protection) which provides legal assistance to tourists.

Directions:
Across from the Corona Hotel, on Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas (Boulevard Costero) and Calle Las Rocas.

Hours:
Mon. - Sat., 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sun., 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Telephone:
(646) 178-2411

English Spoken

Next town after Tijuana

by jujub

Ensenada is quite big, and most tourists spend the night in the hotel zone. It's pretty safe, and there is a big difference if you go on a weekday and a weekend: weekdays are usually very quiet and dead, weekends very busy and noisy -- it doesn't even seem like the same town...

Ensenada Real Estate in Baja California, México.

by Travetrip

I see each year Ensenada changes...

Ever wonder why so many retirees, first-time home-buyers and property investors are crazy about the Ensenada Real Estate?

Oceanfront condos and luxury homes are popping out in the Ensenada cityscape.

And also in Valle de Guadalupe, the Ensenada wine country, where 90% of the Mexican wine is produced.

I believe there are two main reasons to explain why the Real Estate boom is happening in this Northern Baja area... The proximity to the Mexico-USA border, and the best climate on earth.

Get a glimpse visiting:

http://ensenada-baja-vacations.com/ensenada-real-estate.html

Did you experience the same view after your last visit to Ensenada? The friendliness of the Ensenadians living there.

Gas Stations in Ensenada

by machomikemd

there are many gas stations in Ensenada and most of it are owned by PEMEX (the National Petroleum conoany of Mexico). the gas prices here is in liters! (1 gallon is 3.78 liters). i still wonder why the US still uses the english system of measurement while the rest of the world uses the metric system that many americans get lost in translation on what is a liter or a kiloeter or a degree celsius. (Only the USA, American Samoa and Liberia uses the English System and the rest of the world uses the metric system). Magna.............$ 6.82 pesos per liter
Premium..........$ 8.56 pesos per liter
Diesel..............$ 5.79 pesos per liter

These prices are in liters, since 1 gallon = 3.7854 liters.

Pemex conversion rate at pump: 1 dollar = $ 13.00 pesos (+/-)
(Better rate at money conversion offices)

This converts to:

Magna.............$ 2.53 dollars per gallon
Premium..........$ 3.18 dollars per gallon
Diesel..............$ 2.15 dollars per gallon

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church

by Stephen-KarenConn

One is reminded that Mexico is a Catholic nation by the twin spires of "Santuario de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe," which can been seen rising above the city's relatively low skyline. The church is not a tourist attraction. Karen and I walked a mile to reach it, and we were the only gringos in sight. Our Lady of Guadalupe is built in typical Spanish colonial style, and is one of Ensenada's most prominent landmarks.

A major festival is held each year in Ensenada on December 12, with amusement rides and food booths set up in front of the church. It honors Mexico's patron saint: Dia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe
(Our Lady of Guadalupe Day).

Directions:
South of the downtown area, at the corner of Calle 6 and Avenida Floresta.

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 Punta Morro Resort

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Address: Carretera, Ensenada, Baja California, 22800, Mexico