(Closed) baja weddings

posted 10 years ago in San Diego
Post # 3
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5822 posts
Bee Keeper

I’ve visited Rosarito many times and it is beautiful, however, the State Department has issued warnings about traveling to Tijijuana and Rosarito due to the drug fueds going on.  It’s dangerous for Americans to be down there especially if they’re not familiar with it.

I think a safer bet would be a US destination this year.

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Not sure if you’ve already booked, but I went to a wedding at Calafia last year and while it was a nice place and the view is amazing, the food was horrible! Granted the wedding was large, but people we eating at my table a good 20 minutes before I was served, and when I finally did get my food, it was cold. Not room temp, cold! And they didn’t have enough seating set up, so people were scrambling for chairs, it was pretty unimpressive.

Post # 5
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2 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: January 2009

If you are set on Rosarito- I would go with Las Rocas.

For any future brides considering baja- I had to cancel my baja wedding due to a lot of guest cancellations. Now I am planning my SD wedding very last minute! Just an FYI…

 

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