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The Legend

The name of San Lucas Cabo San Lucas was originally named Yenecamu by the native Pericues Indians. The meaning of the name was a “place where two waters meet.” The first version of why the location was given this name was because this is where the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean come together.
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The Legend

Juan Melgar

They refused to be heroes Gathered in an enormous metal shed in Santa Rosalia, representatives of the miners, foundry workers, mechanics, cable car and power plant operators deliberated over the time when strikers would begin picketing the ore chutes, the mines, the train station, the port, the roads, and the workshops. The leaders of two
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The Legend

The Hotel Frances is a wonderful example of Santa Rosalia’s picturesque wooden buildings. You can sit on the wooden boards of the European veranda and look passed mine pilings, tunnels, and rusting machinery to the blue sea. It is easy to imagine you are a visitor from a century past. The Hotel Frances was built
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