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 Are there things to see and buy within walking distance while docked at the tender port in Cabo San Lucas?  We are doing a 2-hour whale watching tour and was hoping to do some browsing after being dropped back off at the ship prior to departure. Thanks for the help. Happy cruising.

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The area around the pier is a lively one with restaurants and shops nearby.

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There are lots of shops, restaurants near where the tenders dock.  Basically it is the southern tip of Los Angeles.😁

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Lots of places to shop, people watch, eat, drink and be merry in close proximity to the tender pier in Cabo. 🙂

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Does the El Cactus Glass Factory (Blvd. Lazaro Cardenas, Local #15 Plaza Aramburo; Col. Centro.,) have Glass Blowing demos or is it just a shop? It looks like we could walk here.

I understand The Glass Factory (Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas Posada Local 6-A) has demos but it is too far to walk. 

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10 hours ago, oregonian123 said:

Does the El Cactus Glass Factory (Blvd. Lazaro Cardenas, Local #15 Plaza Aramburo; Col. Centro.,) have Glass Blowing demos or is it just a shop? It looks like we could walk here.

I understand The Glass Factory (Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas Posada Local 6-A) has demos but it is too far to walk. 

I think it is just a shop. But it isn't that far of a walk. Maybe 15 minutes, depending on how fast you walk.

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On 8/12/2019 at 1:53 AM, Rosefloater said:

I think it is just a shop. But it isn't that far of a walk. Maybe 15 minutes, depending on how fast you walk.

 

Thanks. That's what I thought. El Cactus Glass Factory is just a shop. Maybe we will take a taxi out to The Glass Factory instead so we can see them make something.

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On 8/8/2019 at 4:17 PM, wheezedr said:

There are lots of shops, restaurants near where the tenders dock.  Basically it is the southern tip of Los Angeles.😁

This made me laugh!! I know LA is huge, I just didn't realize just HOW huge! 

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When you get off the tender, the entire Marina is chock full of tourist shops, farmacias, bars, restaurants.  Plenty of shopping -- vanilla, tequila, Mexican blankets, sombreros, t-shirts, etc., etc.!  If you go far enough, even a Hagen-Daas ice-cream store (in the Puerto Pariaso Mall).

 

US dollars accepted, English spoken.

 

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On 8/8/2019 at 2:17 PM, wheezedr said:

Basically it is the southern tip of Los Angeles.😁

 

No, Los Angeles is basically the northern end of Baja 🤣

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5 hours ago, scottca075 said:

 

No, Los Angeles is basically the northern end of Baja 🤣

Actually, I think El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles is the MIDDLE of Mexico.  

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