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Check Timeshares to Rent in Mexico for Your Condo Vacation

While the past year was a tough one for hotels, it was a great time for villa rentals and condo rentals in popular vacation locations. Few people wanted to get on an airplane, so lots of travelers hopped in their car to get a change of scenery. They felt safer having a place to themselves [&hellip

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The Latest Costa Rica Luxury Jungle Lodge: ORIGINS

Many people are surprised to find that new hotels and resorts have opened up during the worst travel slump of our lifetimes, but hey, these projects take years to complete. We’ve checked out the latest luxury jungle lodge to open in Central America: ORIGINS Costa Rica. ORIGINS is technically a chain hotel as it’s part [&hellip

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Oaxaca Mezcal Brands and Which Ones are Worth Buying

From the mid-2000s Mexico has burst onto the international scene with a huge range of wine, spirits, and craft beer. While these libations all have deep ancestries in Mexico, they are now winning awards both at home and abroad and competing with the world’s most prestigious beverages for accolades and fans. Nowhere is this more [&hellip

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Two Luxury Oaxaca Boutique Hotels in the Historic Center to Consider

When figuring out where to stay in Oaxaca City, you need to decide what kind of hotel you want and where you really want to be. If you’re not in a car and want to be right in the action of the historic center, we’ve got two fresh reviews of luxury Oaxaca boutique hotels to [&hellip

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Bric’s Bellagio Luggage Review: Stylish Rolling Suitcases for Luxury Travelers

Looking for a hardshell rolling suitcase that looks stylish but will hold up for years? I’m loving this Bric’s Bellagio luggage that’s been with me for a few hotel check-ins lately. This rolling Bric’s Bellagio suitcase is a four-wheel spinner, gliding smoothly along carpet and hard floors with its Italian workmanship and Japanese wheels. It [&hellip

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Drinking IZO Sotol From Durango, Mexico

Sotol is a Mexican spirit that has flown below the radar for many years, but this interesting liquor is popping up in more places lately and I just got to try a new entry from IZO, a distiller out of Durango state. Many visitors who have vacationed in Mexico have tried some good 100% blue [&hellip

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