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Mexican Muralism Cultural Tour in Guadalajara
"You will be picked up at 9am at your hotel. From there you'll head to the University of Guadalajara Auditorium. Here you'll get an introduction to Mexican Post-Revolution Muralism. The three main muralists of the time and a brief summary on Jose Clemente Orozco's life and work. Continue the tour and drive to the Government Palace to see the murals painted in two d visit to the Cathedral and the four squares surrounding the Cathedral the Degollado Theatre and Plaza Tapatia. Then visit the most emblematic building in the city a World Heritage Site and what the locals consider the jewel of the crown: the fabulous Cabañas Orphanage. It is here where Orozco painted what is considered his masterpiece: the Man of Fire. Admire all fifty seven of the intriguing fresco murals th
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La Bufadora Tour in Baja California
"You will be picked up from your hotel at 10am and will be taken to La Bufadora where you can enjoy the largest Sea Geyser in North America located in the Punta Banda Peninsula at 24 miles south of Ensenada while enjoying the way surrounded by beautiful landscapes of the ocean and mountains. La Bufadora is the most important natural attraction of Ensenada. The spout of sea water is the result of air trapped in a sea cave exploding upwards
From $32.00
 
Tijuana Sightseeing Tour from San Diego
"You’ll be picked up from your San Diego hotel and taken on a comfortable coach ride south to Tijuana a town right below the US-Mexico border.Learn from your guide how this city founded in 1889 was once home to the Grand Casino which attracted celebrities and Hollywood movie stars like Charlie Chaplin Rita Hayworth Jack Dempsey and Babe Ruth. Pass the Avenue of the Heroes (Paseo de los Héroes)
From $48.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Ensenada

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Not Family Friendly

While staying at Hotel Casa Del Sol I asked about good restaurants in the area besides their own very good, but slightly expensive dining facility. I was told to just walk down Av Adolfo Lopez Mateos...
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New stop signs

The southern end of Ensenada has always been a bit of a slow section of road on Highway 1. However "the powers that be" have made it even slower due to the number of people that tend to just cross the...
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watch out for the holes

in some places of the city of Ensenada that are out of the tourist zone , you can find some holes in the road not that big but still watch out. -obviusly like a lot of cities you have to watch not...
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Hot Should Be Kept Hot!

Food stalls like this can be seen along the country roads in Mexico, selling such things as cured olives--Acetunas, Bee Honey--Meil, de Abeja, Tamales de Elote or drinks. Be careful when buying any...
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Auto Theft in Mexico

Unfortunately, vehicle theft can be a big problem in Mexico, and tourist vehicles are often targeted. Even older, beat up cars are not immune.1.) Employ at least one type of anti-theft device such as...
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Hooker bars on the strip in Ensenada

I had just gotten a massage at an open air market on the strip in the gringo area($55 for 1 1/2 hour) and decided I wanted a beer. Right then a man asked me"Sir, do you want a beer?". "Why yes, yes I...
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Theft

This is an obvious one, but keep an eye on your possessions at all times. Most people coming off the cruise ships in Ensenada are in town to drink, so predators know this. Beware. My camera was stolen...
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ensenada Raterios papas and beer

like an earlier warning says, do not talk to the raterios. I ended up getting seperated from my friends and went to papas and beer with one of these guys, and then went to the bathroom, and security...
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Driving Around Ensenada

If you plan to drive around the city, you should be aware of the following:1. Other than the tourist zone and main avenues, many streets do not have signs.2. Some streets do not have bridges over the...
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If You've Gotta Go - You've Gotta Pay!

This is not necessarily a danger, but it's definitely a warning. If you're coming to Ensenada from a place where you're accustomed to free toilets, don't presume you will find them here. This public...
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Buying Prescription Medicine in Mexico

As in many countries, the purchase of controlled medication requires a doctor's prescription. The Mexican list of controlled medication differs from that of the U.S., and Mexican public health laws...
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"Tolerance Zone"

OK... There are a few strip clubs here in Ensenada that are located on various streets, but in general they try to keep a low profile. One street in particular (Miramar) between Lopez Mateos and Ave....
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Tips to Avoid Trouble

Ensenada, unlike Tijuana, is for the most part a reasonably safe place to party and have a good time. Here are a few basic DON’Ts to stay clear of problems.1.) Don’t talk to the Raterios! These are...
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Mexico Car Insurance

Buy insurance online to avoid police hassles. Do not buy at the entry (Tijuana entry) as cars are lined up - this will take alot of your time. $45 a week for an insured car will erase your worries...
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Top Hotels in Ensenada

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Estero Beach, Ensenada 22800, Mexico
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Avda Lopez Mateos 993, Ensenada 22800, Mexico
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KM 38.5 Carretera Libre Tijuana - Ensenada, Rosarito, Baja California, 22710, Mexico
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Avenida Lopez Mateos 1050, Ensenada, Baja California, 22800, Mexico
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Blvd. Costero Y Miramar 609, Ensenada, Baja California, 22800, Mexico
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Calle Primera No. 1797, Entre Rayon e Iturbide, Ensenada, Baja California Norte, 22800, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Ensenada

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La Bufadora

There is enough to do in Ensenada to stay several days but make sure to save time for a visit to La Bufadora. After the geyser subsides, take a look down the cliff to see what causes the ocean to...
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Top 5 Ensenada Writers

marcmalano

"Ensenada Mexico"
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Stephen-KarenConn

"Ensenada, Mexico: More than just a Tourist Town"
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Pounder73

"Ensenada"
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smschley

"Ensendada"
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lmkluque

"Ensenada and La Bufadora"
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