Check out the New Casa De La Paz B & B

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Leslie and Darrell Duncan came to visit La Paz in July 2012, specifically to attend Julie Goff’s Spanish immersion school,  “Se Habla La Paz”.
After a fantastic month in school and in the community, they both found themselves entranced with the beauty, the people, and the culture of La Paz.  They returned to northern California to leave their jobs, sell their possessions, and say good by to friends in order to relocate, assimilate, and open a business in La Paz. With the help of incredible friends and associates, they were able to find and open a beautiful home for a bed and breakfast.
Leslie is a Master’s prepared registered nurse and Darrell is an architect. Leslie is hoping to continue to use her nursing skills in La Paz. She has been in the nursing profession for over 20 years, in positions including management, quality assurance, and acute care. Her passion for running, biking, hiking, and swimming, has proven to be an excellent match for living a healthy lifestyle here in this city. At Casa de la Paz B&B, she would like to be able to share the beauty and energy of La Paz that she sees with her guests.
Darrell is an architect with 30 years experience in northern California. Eventually, he would like to design and build homes here in La Paz, but is content with running the bed and breakfast with Leslie for the moment. He also has a passion for healthy activities, and has recently decided he loves clamming and rock hounding. He is counting on becoming a proficient fisherman as well. He has two border collies, one of which is a champion sheepherder. He also can give the “dog whisperer” a run for his money.
Casa de la Paz bed and breakfast is a beautiful, comfortable, and convenient place to stay on the Malecon. Three impeccably clean guest rooms are available, decorated in traditional Mexican style. The goal of Leslie and Darrell is for each guest to feel completely at home, while engaging in the magic of La Paz culture. Breakfast is served with the intention of introducing traditional cuisine. The location of the bed and breakfast is first priority. Shopping, restaurants, events, the Sea of Cortez and the Malecon are all within walking distance. In fact, it is possible to easily wheel the kayaks to the sea when one feels like playing with the dolphins.
Leslie and Darrell are excited to share the enchantment of La Paz with everyone who visits!

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