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Tamazunchale: Stunning Mexico panoramas in San Luis Potosi by "Mexico" Mike Nelson

Tamazunchale is tucked away at the southern end of San Luis Potosí state (15 miles from the northern border of Hidalgo state). At 445 feet above sea level, it's surrounded by the Sierra Madre Oriental, with peaks up to 3,412 feet that are often shrouded in clouds. It's not a destination on most people's most-visited list. It's not even on most people's list.

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Tamazunchale: natural beauty, a slow-paced lifestyle, and Mexico's native peoples "Mexico" Mike Nelson

Have you ever found a place in Mexico that mirrors your own life? For me, it's Tamazunchale, San Luis Potosí. "Every bend of the road reveals a more stunning mountain panorama," gushed Nicki, a first... read more
Published or Updated on: September 10, 2010 by "Mexico" Mike Nelson © 2010
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"Mexico" Mike makes a lasting impression on hoteliers, but some of them let him come back anyway. This is one of many places in his booklet, "More Than a Dozen of Mexico's Hidden Jewels" available from: 613 N Eye St. Ste 12, Harlingen TX 78550-232 for $9.95 plus $2.50 shipping and mishandling. For Mexico, add $3.00). Make checks to Roads Scholar Press.

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