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By KATY MCLAUGHLIN
Luis Garcia for The Wall Street Journal
SOUTHERN COMFORTS | A view of vineyards at Adobe Guadalupe
• 1,632 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story
Rosarito Beach Condo Hotel, Playas de Rosarito
One of Baja‘s most famous landmarks, the historical Rosarito Beach Hotel. Since it first opened its doors in 1925, millions of visitors ...
Taco Kokopelli: Next Wave Chef Takes to the Streets in Tijuana
By Bill Esparza
Thu., May 10 2012 at 2:00 PM
• 2,700 sq. ft., 4 bath, 4 bdrm single story
- Gourgeous Duplex !!
Las Gaviotas, Playas de Rosarito
Las Gaviotas Jewel !!
This home offers a unique opportunity for income and entertainment with friends a family..
The center ...
Mexico is a perfect solution to strecth your dollars!! Be proactive!!
Scary Retirement Numbers--No Matter How You Calculate Them
by Gail Buckner
Published April 23, 2012 FOXBusiness
The average baby boomer will fall far short ...
Canadian National Reporter Visiting Mexico Says "Calm Down, Mexico's Safer Than You Think"
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
Mexico, like all countries, has isolated and unfortunate instances of
tourists facing incidents while vacationing and we take every incident
By Michael S. Derby
U.S. economic policy makers have something to learn from the successes Mexican leaders have had over recent years, a Federal Reserve official said Wednesday.
“Not only is Mexico doing better, macroeconomically speaking, than
the false stereotypes would have us think, Mexico is actually doing ...
BY NEW AMERICA MEDIA
Posted: Feb 23, 2012
MERIDA, Mex. – Despite relentless coverage of the Mexican drug war
by U.S. news media over the last several years, tourism to Mexico is
Following three years of sharp decline
that began in April 2009, when fears over H1N1 – the virus commonly ...
Q&A: Group encourages Americans to live in Mexico
, HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Published 05:30 a.m., Saturday, March 26, 2011
How Americans are Stretching Their Money South of the Border in Baja California Mexico
The overall lower cost of living, affordable beach front housing,
lower property taxes as well as proximity and accessibility to US
services, have made Baja California a preferred choice for relocation