Cabo San Lucas Invites You to Join in the Fun

Posted July 2, 2010 by Kate Hamman

Cabo san lucas Can’t decide between “exciting” or “relaxing” on your next trip? Head to Cabo San Lucas, where you can start off by livening things up with sizzling nightlife and spicy foods. Then, after you've imbibed and danced the night away, you can crash in a cozy and laid-back hacienda.

Drink
The Office on the Beach: The last thing you want to think about while on vacation is work, but this office gives new meaning to the rat race. Here you can sit on the beach under the palapa and watch the waves roll in as you enjoy one of the bar's signature margaritas. This office started serving food and drinks in the 70s, and has been going strong ever since. And if you're in town on a Thursday, stop by for the Mexican Fiesta, where you can dance the night away under the stars.

Stay
Casa Pablito: Nothing says vacation quite like waking up in a Mexican Hacienda-style room and stepping outside into a pool with an "in the water" bar and whirlpool. Relaxation is the name of the game at Casa Pablito, where breakfast is served in the canteen until 11 a.m. Mondays through Saturdays, and noon on Sundays. To help cut costs while visiting, get acquainted with the in-room cooking facilities and refrigerators.

Eat
Felix' Fine Mexican & Seafood Restaurant: It's unlikely you'll ever find a salsa bar of this size anywhere else. In fact, with more than 1,200 unique recipes, Felix' claims to have the world's largest. It features at least 30 to 40 different types each night, ranging in spiciness from "bring-the-kids" mild to "Whoa Nellie." In between sampling salsas, you can sip a margarita under the bougainvillea-covered awning, dine on pozole, and listen to Mexican music. Be aware that if you come before 1 p.m., Felix' will be Mama's Royal Cafe serving breakfast foods.

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(Photo: Boutique Hotel Casa Pablito)

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Reader Comments

I will be leaving for Cabo San Lucas in the next 3 weeks and people have been telling me that "Gov.schwarzenegger send not to travel for the next 3 months?" is that statement true?
well, all in all, i just want to know if it should be safe for me to go?

if someone went already and came back safe, let me know.

Posted on July 05, 2010 at 06:25 PM by Alex

Check out on the internet what is being said about travelling to Mexico. I wouldn't go. Murders by gangs are rampant and I heard that there are problems close to resorts in Cabo.

Posted on July 15, 2010 at 12:10 AM by Kim

I couldn't find the option for a multi-city trip. Are they offered?

Posted on July 16, 2010 at 09:57 AM by Jerry Kemp

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