B&B's in Mexico
Mexico is safer than other popular destinations in the world !
Mexico is huge, ranking 14th among the world's 249 countries and spanning over 2,000 miles from end to end. Mexico is a nation of 31 states as diverse as those in the U.S. and is larger than the the States from Texas to Maine. Imagining all of Mexico is dangerous because of isolated border violence would be like cancelling a vacation to Orlando because of the Boston Bombing.
Here are 10 reasons why Mexico is the place to be…..
People: The level of friendliness of the Mexican people is among the highest in the world. Everywhere you go someone will be willing to lend a helping hand. Here is one of my favorite highlights, which captures the friendly spirit of the Mexican people.
Visit Mexico on a wonderfull Chill Out Music (Video)
Marvelling at a 1300-year-old Maya palace at Palenque as parrots screech and howler monkeys growl in the sweaty emerald jungle around you. This is Mexico. Sliding from a palm-fringed sandy beach into the warm, turquoise waves of the Pacific at Puerto Vallarta. This, too, is Mexico. See what this country offers viewing this vidéo !
The magic village of CUETZALÁN in the state of Puebla
Driving on the north of Puebla State, on the sinuous road 129, you’ll go through hills, woods and splendid valleys covered with fruits, pepper, corn, beans and coffee plantations to discover out of a bend the magic village of Cuetzalan. Definitely indigenous (Nahua and Totonac), Cuetzalán is a little corner of paradise, surrounded by magnificient waterfalls and amazing caves.
State of Puebla : visit you can’t miss !
The city of Puebla is the capital and largest city of the state of Puebla and one of the five most important city Spanish colonial cities in Mexico. Being a colonial era planned city it is located southeast o Mexico City and west of Mexico's main Atlantic port, Veracruz on the main route between the two in Central Mexico.
Flights from London’s Gatwick Airport to Puerto Vallarta
New routes to Mauritius and Puerto Vallarta on the west coast of Mexico are to be launched next summer 2014 from Gatwick Airport. Thomson's 787 Dreamliners will be flying there, as part of a long-term commercial partnership agreed between the airport and Thomson Airways, the airline for Thomson and First Choice.
The Riviera Maya from Puerto Morelos to XEL-HÁ
The Riviera Maya stretches on 200 km (124 miles) of beaches along the most beautiful ocean in the world. It is a true paradise for the amateurs of farniente: blue sky, turquoise water, fine white sand beaches and golden sun. In addition to these essential four elements, the shore has other unsuspected interests to discover and enjoy: the Mayan world first.
Discover the Historic Center of Mexico City, Megalopolis ! (videos)
Veritable megalopolis : Stretching out on more than 3000 km2, Mexico City became, with 23 millions of inhabitants (with the surroundings), one of the most populated (2nd after Tokyo) and the noisiest cities in the world. From an administrative point of view, Mexico City is not a «city» but a Federal district. The mayor is elected by direct universal suffrage.
Mazatlan – Pearl of the Pacific, authentic, relaxic and so close !
Having outgrown its image as a chintzy mid-20th-century resort town, today’sMazatlán is one of Mexico’s most alluring and inviting beach destinations. Over the past decade, the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ has breathed new life into its historic center, and the ongoing renewal program continues to bear fruit. The result is something truly unique: a historic city with a resplendent colonial district only a short walk from a 20km-long crescent of sandy beach.
Oaxaca « Enchantment and Memory »
Oaxaca State is located in the south-east portion of Mexico. It is bounded in the north by Veracruz and Puebla, in the east by Chiapas, in the west by Guerrero and in the south by the Pacific Ocean. The name of Oaxaca comes from the Nahuatl word Huayacac. Its roots are Huaxin (kind of acacia) and Yacalt (peak, edge, top), top of the acacias. King Carlos V of Spain elevated Oaxaca to the rank of "City" in 1532.
Puerto Vallarta – Mexico’s Traditional Vacation Paradise
Before John Huston’s 1964 film, The Night of the Iguana, Puerto Vallarta was a just sleepy fishing village on the Pacific Coast where the states of Jalisco and Nayarit meet. But Liz Taylor came to keep an eye on her lover Richard Burton while he was filming with the voluptuous Ava Gardner. The publicity buzz about Burton and Liz’s torrid affair and the movie put Vallarta on the tourist map.
Riviera Maya – Playa del Carmen (Vidéos)
An enviable geographical location, large beaches, a sea paradise of divers : here is Playa del Carmen, key of Riviera Maya. The old fishermen village, a modest seaport for the ferry to Cozumel, after years of quiet life along the immutably blue sea, has been converted into an international sea resort able to welcome 400,000 tourists in high season.
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