Mexico Archive

Get Extra Services by Booking Locally With a Specialist

The big online travel agents like Expedia or Booking.com are fine if all you need is a hotel room, but what if you need more than just a place to sleep for the night? Making arrangements through a travel specialist company that covers a given region can end up getting you a lot more services, [&hellip

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A Visit to Corralejo Tequila Distillery in Guanajuato State

You would normally have to visit the areas near Guadalajara in Mexico to get a tequila distillery tour, but there’s one great exception near Guanajuato and Leon: Corralejo. Not only is this a well-known tequila brand in an iconic bottle, but the place also offers an interesting tour and tasting. Yes, most tequila is from [&hellip

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A Sure Bet on Romance at Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa

Sure, cozying up by a fireplace can be romantic, but then you have to bundle up to go outside. How about escaping to a romantic beach in the Riviera Maya of Mexico instead and cozying up with less clothing on at Belmond Maroma Resort and Spa? Getting in the mood for romance is easy when [&hellip

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Airlines Ready for a Million Additional Mexico Visitors

We’ve talked on here a few times about all the new flights the airlines have opened up to Latin America. Mexico has gotten more of those than the rest of Latin America added together, however, and that’s continuing in 2017. The Mexican tourism board announced recently that one million new airline seats will be added [&hellip

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8 Latin AmericanTravel Destinations Where It’s Always Warm

As I write this there are ice storms blanketing the midwest USA and some parts of the Rockies have gotten a meter of snow. An NFL football championship game this past weekend had to be moved back to allow times to clear the roads. If you’re feeling down from the cold and gray and dreaming [&hellip

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A Different Mexico City View at Stara San Angel Inn

Most of Mexico City’s luxury hotels and business hotels sit in a clear corridor between the central historic district and Polanco next to the largest park. It has been difficult to find quality lodging further afield in other neighborhoods. So we’re happy to add a new property that’s in a different part of the capital: [&hellip

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