Casa Natalie Resort

Address: Carretera Tijuana a Ensenada KM 103.3, Ensenada, Baja California, 22760, Mexico | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on Carretera Tijuana a Ensenada KM 103.3, Ensenada, is near Dzibilchaltun, First Street, Rivera del Pacifico, and Museum of the City of Merida.
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Travel Blogs from Ensenada

Seriously?

A travel blog entry by catnip1250 on Jul 24, 2015

3 comments

... to our bed inside and landed directly on John's sleeping tummy. I saw the whole thing and I have to say it was hilarious! Ears usually makes a middle of me and John landing, but she is the one who discovered using John as a launching pad to get outside. Seriously?

4. If you want to get to San Diego or heck even home to Northern CA. for a visit, give yourself plenty of time. Here is how I got home the other week: took a cab from the Marina to the ...

Immigration - Not What it Used to Be!

A travel blog entry by catnip1250 on Jun 16, 2015

7 comments

... the equipment aboard, nor get visitor visas to carry around at all times. Ah the 1500’s a simpler time.

Given that we intend to cruise with our kitties for many years in Mexico, we thought it would be a great idea to become temporary residents. The Residente Temporal visa process began with a trip to the Mexican Consulate in San Francisco, California. It continued once we arrived in Ensenada. Admittedly the process would be fairly ...

Ensenada or Empanada - you decide !!!

A travel blog entry by dougo on May 03, 2014

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... States. We saw large fields of asparagus, cabbages, “greenhouse” tomatoes and groves of olive trees. We also saw many people working in the fields - all manual labour for the apparent princely sum of $4.50 per day … I really don’t know how anyone can survive on that.





Soon enough we were at La Bufadora. The first thing we noticed was the barren hills and the gorgeous blue sea. We pulled into what looked like a little town ...

Spicy Salsa Meets Sore Throat

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Mar 30, 2014

... like that's kinda sad. Other nationalities onboard are fluent in at least two languages and many know three or four!

We sat in a little park on a bench under a tree and ate our tacos while being impaled by the tree’s needles that flew off in the wind. My throat was on fire after getting the salsa from the taco truck! Note to self for next time—mention "sin salsa" (without salsa!). Doesn’t help that I’m catching ...

The Ensenada Blowhole

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Feb 14, 2014

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We arrived into Ensenada around noon today. I didn't expect to even get off the ship from what I had heard about from different sources but Deborah can be quite convincing.

We decided that we'd take the shuttle ($2.00) into town and do a little shopping. Our guide on the bus, Roberto was so convincing in his sales pitch that we decided to take the 4-hour tour out to La Bufadore. This is the largest marine geyser in the world and it's located on the ...