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Meeting Sites Los Cabos & Baja PHOTOS: TOP, LORETO BAY.COM; BOTTOM, MEXICAN TOURIST BOARD Recent intemperate weather aside, the continuing UPSCALE development in cosmopolitan Los Cabos and “green” growth in up-and-coming spots like Loreto indicates optimism for this peninsular Mexican paradise. Cabo has eight new golf courses planned for construction over the next several years, while Baja’s UNIQUE ecosystem allows for aquatic activities in the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, as well as EXPLORATION of desert landscapes and craggy mountains. And now, thanks to new flights, major expansion at regional airports, and group offerings from major hotels, Baja is more user-friendly than ever. Essential Tool Box Passports: In June 2007, the U.S. government announced that American citizens who had applied for, but not yet received, a passport, could re-enter the United States by air using proof of application along with other forms of identification. That temporary reprieve is scheduled to stop at the end of this month. And beginning as early as January 31, 2008, American citizens traveling by sea will also have to use a passport to re-enter the U.S. Visit for the latest updates and information. For More Info: Mexico Tourist Board By Ben Chapman 72 Los Cabos OCTOBER 2007 SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Successful Meetings - October 2007

Successful Meetings - October 2007
Editor's Note
On the Record
Technology Talk
Mouth for Sale
On Site
Tools of the Trade
Striking a Balanace
IACC’s New Generation
Suffering from “Green” Fatigue?
There Once Was a Group in Nantucket . . .
A Trick and a Treat
Places & Spaces
Reno / Lake Tahoe
New Orleans
Los Cabos & Baja
Ontario Province

Successful Meetings - October 2007