The city of Monterrey, with a population in excess of 3.4 million, is Mexico’s third largest city and high tech/industrial centerpiece. Monterrey also enjoys the distinction of being one of Latin America’s more enchanting cosmopolitan centers.
by Peter Colman on June 1, 2011 in Anthropology, Archaeology, Arts, Business and Economy, Colonial Destinations, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Dance, Education, Festivals, History, Industries, Music, Northern Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Regions & States, Uncategorized, Visual Arts
One Hombre’s Impressions of Mexico’s 2010 Cultural Extravaganza – Mexico City’s International Tourism Fair (FITA)
by Peter Colman on December 6, 2010 in Archaeology, Business and Economy, Colonial Destinations, Conventions, Culture, History, Hotels, Locations, Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico's State, My Mexican Experience, Personal Health and Safety, Regions & States, Security, Tourism, Travel, Travel Tips
One of those historic communities, the legendary city of Teotihuacan (just a short distance north of Mexico City proper), is among the most advanced and historically renowned cities of the ancient world. Today, though but a mute remnant of Mexico’s celebrated past, the ancient ruins of this majestic metropolis still grace the 21st-century landscape with timeless beauty and mystery.
by Peter Colman on April 23, 2010 in Airlines, Archaeology, Arts, Beach Destinations, Business and Economy, Cancun, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, Festivals, Food & Drink, Fun in the Sun, Golf, Hotels, Music, Quintana Roo, Regions & States, Riviera Maya, Sports, Tourism, Travel
Beyond the Maya Riviera’s warm Caribbean waters, and beneath her white coral beaches and legendary Mayan temples, lay a subterranean fun-lovers’ paradise, brimming with tourist-friendly fresh-water caves and exotic marine life.