Talk:Misión San Fernando Rey de España de Velicatá

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Check out: 29°59.1′N 115°13.450′W / 29.9850°N 115.224167°W / 29.9850; -115.224167

SAN QUINTIN, a bustling agricultural center and paradise for outdoor aficionados with excellent fishing, hunting, hiking, clamming,, kayaking and birdwatching. Historical landmarks include the Old Mill, Old Pier and old English cemetery, all remnants of a 19th century British attempt at colonization (112 miles south of Ensenada).

• EL ROSARIO, the last town along the Highway with a full range of lodgings, stores and services until Guerrero Negro in Baja California Sur. Points of interest include a Community Museum and the adobe ruins of Misión El Rosario de Viñadaco (150 miles south of Ensenada). The turnoff to Misión San Fernando de Velicata is 37 miles further south.

South Philly 02:29, 4 July 2006 (UTC)