by Johnny Punish
Folks, we have a brand new family restaurant in the Valle de Guadalupe.
Since the lifeblood of the real estate industry in Mexico is tourism, an article in USA Today last week is fantastic news. Tourism to Mexico in 2010 is nearly equal to the record number of tourists in record-breaking 2008 and up almost 19% over 2009. This bodes very well for the real estate industry in Mexico for 2011. Take a few minutes to read this article and forward it on to potential clients and other agents. Spread the good word. It has been my experience that people who have been coming to Mexico for many years are still coming down because they know Mexico is a safe place to visit. People who may be considering coming down to Mexico for the first time may be fearful of coming to Mexico because they only know what they are reading about - the drug violence. Based on this article, I would say that in addition to the long-time Mexico visitors, there must also be a fair number of new visitors coming to Mexico as well. ...
Tijuana - A shorter trip could be just steps away if a group of Mexican and
American investors, including real estate mogul Sam Zell, is able to build a
pedestrian bridge connecting ground transportation on the American side of
the border to the Tijuana airport.
Recently, the Liceaga Winery opened up a weekend outdoor restaurant under the oaks. Always up for the new experience, my wife and I rolled in with an open mind looking for a little fun, wine and a day with good energy.
The Liceaga Vineyard was established in 1983. Orginally a table grape vineyard, Liceaga began making the transition into producing wines shortly thereafter.
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