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Thursday November 23 2017

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San Miguel de Allende Celebrates

This year Mexico commemorates the bicentennial of the War of Independence from Spain in 1810 and the Mexican Revolution a hundred years later. It seems as though the whole country is festooned in red, white and green, the colors of the Mexican flag mariachis are buffing their brass to honor the revolutionaries who liberated their country and a cac...

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Unique Art & Design Center: La Aurora

When you're visiting San Miguel de Allende, it's hard to tear yourself away from its colorful, cobblestone city center even briefly but if you're looking to do a little shopping, particularly for art, antiques or home decor, take a short walk to Fabrica La Aurora. Fabrica La Aurora is one of San Miguel's most unique destinations, a beau...

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San Miguel: Art Golf Love

The mention of San Miguel de Allende brings wonderful thoughts and visions of tranquility, Spanish plazas, narrow cobblestone streets and warm memories. This popular, enchanting little town is one of the string of cities linked together as part of the colonial route with historic reference to battles and events that shaped the independence of...

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Affordable Oaxaca as a Locale for any Fiesta

They say that Mexicans really know how to party. Here in Oaxaca we do it in spades, part of a longstanding cultural tradition, and because it’s affordable. What you would love to do back home in the US or Canada but can’t because it would cost $50,000, or more, you can do here in Oaxaca for $10,000, or less, with a large glossy photo album...

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Guaymas, Where the Sun Rises with Pleasure

The Guaymas - San Carlos destiny is placed 75 miles away from Hermosillo, the Capital of Sonora, and 242 miles from the United States' border; by its characteristics is considered the principal tourist center of the State. It has privileged natural attractions, impressive landscapes formed by an exceptional combination of desert, sea and mountai...

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A Hidden Treasure: Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo

The combination of near perfect weather, modern infrastructure, beautiful beaches, varied activities, reasonable cost of living and hospitable populace create an inviting atmosphere both to tourists and retirees. Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is located southwest of Mexico City, in the coastline of the State of Guerrero, in the area know as The Golden Paci...

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Teeing off in the South Pacific

The mix and match towns of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo are on the northern edge of the Sunshine Triangle. The former is refined, fabricated and planned down to the last coconut palm and colorful bougainvillea while the latter is traditional, primal, unpolished and exotically charming. As far as twin cities go, they are as fraternal as it gets yet as d...

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Oaxaca: Experience 2000 Years in a Single Day

The warm afternoon breeze wafts a gentle mist of dust across the floor of the Oaxaca valley and into Oaxaca city, softening the colonial patina of the richly carved, 300 year old cathedral. The dust is 2000 years old, the dust of Monte Alban, the first major city in the Americas. Now a ghost city, Monte Alban sits perched on a promontory overlookin...

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Acapulco, A Great Summer Destination

Acapulco is a charming seaside destination unparalleled because of its incredible beauty, unique history and distinct enchantment that captivates and entices every traveler. Acapulco provides visitors thae opportunity to experience a vibrant, non-stop “good time” or a relaxing rejuvenation. The variation of non-stop nightlife, world-class shop...

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What Makes Banderas Bay so Special?

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured...

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