Those who are considering a first class visit to Mexico should review this article before deciding on a hotel.
by Scott Fleischmann on June 7, 2013 in Acapulco, Architecture, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Beach Destinations, Cancun, Caribean Sea, Colonial Destinations, Fun in the Sun, Golf, Guanajuato, Guanajuato -, Hotels, Ixtapa, Jalisco, Los Cabos, Mexico City, Mexico City, Nayarit, Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit, Security, Yucatan, Zihuatanejo
by Scott Fleischmann on December 4, 2011 in Ajijic, Architecture, Business and Economy, Caribean Sea, Central Mexico, Chapala, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, Guadalajara, Guadalajara, History, Jalisco, Mexico City, Mexico City, Mezcala, Safety, Security, Sociology, Tourism, Travel Tips, Yucatan
the real questions are: “Can you afford to miss the beauty, culture and beaches of Mexico because of fear?” or “Will you be safe when you go to Mexico?”
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.