Posada Don Fernando
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... damage, but also hoping to avoid a Tijuana long line and long inspection where they would make us empty out the car and the kayak. We carefully picked our way through Tecate after picking up some Baja Wines. It took awhile to find the border crossing, but when we did find the checkpoint it was not crowded. We pulled right up to the customs booth and was asked for our passports. The inspector commented that Maryland was a long ways away and I agreed. He then ...
... for two nights and enjoyed the peace of the area. Had the best pizza I've ever had at a little spot called Mama Bears pizza just down the road. Mama Bear was Joanie, a high spirited, open minded chef from California who decided that she no longer wanted to work in a high end restaurant in Santa Monica, and she no longer wanted her tax dollars contributing to the war machine that the USA has become. She basically said screw it, I'm ...
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