First, we went to the fish market where I saw fish I could not even begin to identify. Then we strolled along the wharf.
This mural portrays the matriarchs of the northern Baja area. each from a different indigenous tribe who lived there before others arrived.
Cruise ships dock here several times a week.
Built when alcohol and gambling were illegal in the United States, this was once a famous casino where the rich and famous came to gamble and drink. Now it belongs to the city and is used for weddings, retirement parties, etc.
Back in the 30s, the water came up to the edge of the casino property so people could come in their luxury yachts, dock, and walk right inside.
The original bar still exists and is well stocked. Here we heard the story of the invention of the margarita. Many claim to have invented it in various places in Mexico. It seems to trace back to a bartender who moved from place to place and brought the drink with him. Who knows?