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A quiet getaway in Baja? Believe in Todos Santos

By Christopher Reynolds
Los Angeles Times

TODOS SANTOS, Mexico — Once upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. At the newest and perhaps fanciest, Capella Pedregal, suites this spring started at $675 a night. Read more…

Read more: A quiet getaway in Baja? Believe in Todos Santos – The Denver Post

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TODOS SANTOS is all you want – and less – in a Baja getaway

Once upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. Read more…


Relishing the Waves, Not the Crowds, in Mexico

By DANIELLE PERGAMENT
Published: April 11, 2010

IT was a blazingly bright afternoon on Cerritos Beach just outside Todos Santos, Mexico. The air was hot and dry and smelled like frying fish. Neighborhood children jumped up and down in the shoreline ripples as their parents lingered at picnic tables with tacos and icy beer. Out in the water, a dozen surfers were lying on their boards, waiting to paddle as the next swell approached. Read more…

Todos Santos: All you want — and less — in a Baja getaway
Drowsy alternative to Cabo San Lucas offers serious solitude for spring break

By Christopher Reynolds Reporting from Todos Santos, Mexico
March 7, 2010

Once upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. At the newest and perhaps fanciest, Capella Pedregal, suites this spring start at a cool $675 per night.Read more…

Don’t write off Baja just yet

Christine Delsol
SFGate

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Remember when we treated Baja like a suburb of Southern California, when you only had to point your compass south to quickly bask in sunny climes, otherworldly scenery and a tinge of the exotic? Then came the great drug wars, with the first gruesome headlines coming out of Tijuana. Suddenly, anyone contemplating a trip across the border was placed on suicide watch. Read more…

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