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We took Alaska Airlines' new non-stop service from Portland to Cabo San Lucas, which got us to Cabo in almost exactly four hours.  What a difference not having to stop makes!  We had pre-reserved an airport transfer with Cabo San Lucas Tours, so we made our way through the timeshare booths, and met our driver outside.  In a matter of minutes we were on our way to Cabo San Lucas!

It took about 45 minutes to get to Los Milagros in downtown Cabo San Lucas, but this gave us a chance to observe how much the area has changed since we were last in Cabo.  San Jose del Cabo now extends down all the way to the Coral Baja, which was in the boonies when we stayed there.  New hotels and new restaurants populated the corridor, as the ever-present mountain range graced the skyline to the West.

The Los Milagros Hotel was better than we ever imagined.  Two blocks from the pounding beat of Cabo Wabo, Giggling Marlin, and El Squid Roe, once you passed through the gates into the hotel courtyard, it seemed we had stepped into a different world.  Total serenity, peace and quiet, piped in soft violin music, lush tropical foliage, incense and candles - it was like we were in a day spa.  We met Sandra, the owner, who is a wonderful person - just lovely.  We checked into our room, which was clean, fully equipped with wireless internet, Cable TV, a kitchenette, a separate bedroom, and everything else you could want. 

We met Leslie there, and walked down to the Marina to meet Marty and Kathy at the office, located right in front of the Hotel Tesoro on the marina, which was only a 5-minute walk from the hotel.  They were lovely people, and we shot the breeze for a bit before grabbing dinner at Miguel's downtown on Marty's recommendation.  The owners and the chef, Omar, introduced themselves - very nice people.  The food was moderately priced (for Cabo) at about $17.00 a plate for Ribs and Shrimp, both of which were quite tasty.   The restaurant had only recently opened and we were one of only two tables occupied at the restaurant.

After dinner, we headed back to the hotel, where we parted ways with Leslie, and went on a whirlwind tour of Cabo, as we looked for a hangout that had music, but wasn't too loud.  We passed by the thumping rhythms of the Jungle Bar and Giggling Marlin, and settled in at Las Quesadillas, where we downed Cervezas and Margaritas.  Scantily clad women dancing to latin beats were gracing the big screen television, while other patrons dined on seafood.

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Our Trip to Cabo - November, 1997

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