JCJ’s San Diego Office took a day trip across the Border to Tijuana to explore art, architecture, history and of course… TACOS! Our private tour with Turista Libre began with a quick bus ride to the art and and history museum at Centro Cultural Tijuana, known for its massive ball and cube design. After enjoying the art exhibits and Museo de las Californias we spent the afternoon exploring cuisine at Telefonica Gastro Park. Whether eating pork, chicken, fish, or beets we all headed off to visit the La Mona (Tijuana III Millennium) statue with full bellies and happy spirits. At La Mona we were given the opportunity to spend time with the innovative artist/architect/engineer, Armando Muñoz Garcia, who single handedly designed and built the 55’ concrete statue in 1989 to mark the centennial celebration of Tijuana. After an engaging conversation, and climb inside the body of La Mona, our tour ended with cerveza (and more tacos) on the rooftop of Insurgente. How wonderful it is to be able to enjoy a day of vibrant culture, art and food with your coworkers and friends!