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Checklist for a Weekend in Valle de Guadalupe
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Checklist for a Weekend in Valle de Guadalupe

YAY! You are gonna have a GREAT TIME. So you’ve decided to enjoy some time exploring Baja California’s Valle de Guadalupe? I couldn’t be a bigger fan. The Valle and surrounding communities of San Antonio de las Minas, El Porvenir and Franciso Zarco were once just small farming communities dotted with a few wineries. It...

Stake, Coronado, California, luxury travel, whiskey
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OUT | Happy Hour at Stake

Last Saturday I was itching to hit the beach with a forecast of 76º & sunny but I so didn’t want to battle the crowds who had the same idea but I was determined. I packed up the beach chairs, my kindle and the umbrella with hubs and set out to venture to a little...

cuatrocuatros, Baja Mexico
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3 Fave Camping Spots South of the Border in Baja

Fresh Air & The Great Outdoors Camping in Baja has been “a thing” for a long time but the options have expanded with choices for the adventurous and the delicate alike. Explore one of these experiences; rustic, primitive or glamping within hours of the San Diego, California border. PLAYA SALDAMANDO : Rustic with an ocean...

My trip to Paris
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My trip to Paris

aris is the capital and most populous city of France, with an administrative-limits area of 105 square kilometres (41 square miles) and a 2015 population of 2,229,621. The city is a commune and department, and the capital-heart of the 12,012-square-kilometre (4,638-square-mile) Île-de-France region (colloquially known as the ‘Paris Region’), whose 12,142,802 2016 population represents roughly 18 percent of the population of France. By the 17th century, Paris had...

Natalia Badan, Valle de guadalupe, Baja, Cur8eur Tour
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Cultural Business Study Tour

Curated, luxury tours to Valle de Guadalupe has been a Cur8eur offering for several years, highlighting the region and the leaders who are gathering global attention for the area. This week we partnered with California International Business University, whose Master’s students were interested in learning about the unique business environment that has been created on...

A Cookbook, New Milestone for Chef Javier Plascencia
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A Cookbook, New Milestone for Chef Javier Plascencia

Valle de Guadalupe – Cooking in the Valley Under the shade of an ancient oak tree surrounded by vineyards, I stood staring at three cookbooks positioned upright with proud covers on a table, facing the opening of leafy branches. In just a few minutes a crowd of sunglassed, wine-toting guests from Los Angeles to Ensenada, would...

Golden Gate Bridge
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Golden Gate Bridge

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Beer, Hotel, Travel, Stone Brewing Hotel, Escondido
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BREWS & BEDS; Stone Hotel Set to Open Early 2018

Oh, there are SOOOO many reasons why having a hotel next to a brewery sounds like a splendid idea. Too many beers? Food & brew coma? So you can wake up and do it all over again? Well, Stone brewery has decided it doesn’t matter what reason you feel fits best. They’re opening the Stone...

Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide
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Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide

A Baja Adventure for the Outdoorsy Type It’s rocky, sandy, dusty terrain for 2,000 miles. You need to lug 2-3 days worth of food and water at a time on your bicycle and it may take 6 weeks to travel the whole thing but the Baja Divide might just be something you might totally want...