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Your vacation home in Mexico can make money for you Mexconnect Staff

  A winter condo in Palm Beach, a vacation house at Lake Taho or a summer cottage in the country… How about a beautiful villa on the beach in sunny Mexico? Who doesn't like to get away for extend... read more

Playa Los Arcos: Mexican family ambience in Puerto Vallarta's picturesque Old Town Carol Wheeler

"Hotel Playa Los Arcos is the prettiest hotel in Puerto Vallarta's Old Town," a Canadian travel writer told me. I think she's right. But more than pretty, Playa Los Arcos is traditionally Mexican, from the design that sets the rooms around a central patio to the décor, the music and the staff uniforms — restaurant personnel dress as charros or gentleman horsemen, and housekeepers wear the colorful full skirts of folkloric dancers. read more

The romance of the Mexico hacienda: El Carmen and La Labor near Guadalajara John Pint

Before the revolution, haciendas dotted the countryside of Mexico. With their classic architecture and splendid great houses, each Mexico hacienda is surrounded in an aura of romance. Located 40 kilom... read more

An oasis of comfort in Ajijic: Casa del Sol Bed and Breakfast Inn

In Mexico, it is said you never know what's behind the walls. Typical of Spanish architecture, most homes have high walls around them, affording privacy and sanctuary. It is often impossible to tell if it is a small house or a grand estate behind the walls. This is true of the Casa del Sol Bed & Breakfast Inn in the heart of Ajijic — a 16th century village on Mexico's Lake Chapala, just one hour south of the major metropolis of Guadalajara. read more

Ajijic-Lake Chapala accomodations, hotels, restaurants, services

The lobby of the beautiful La Nueva Posada hotel Although Lake Chapala's north shore is quaint and beautiful, services are world class. From cozy B&Bs to gracious hotels and bungalows, the trave... read more

La Nueva Posada Ajijic: a modern boutique hotel with the romance of colonial Mexico

The lobby and staircase leading to the second floor rooms. Down a quiet village lane in Ajijic, a high blue wall hosts climbing vines sought by songbirds. A wrought iron gate opens to a spacious col... read more

Villas Buena Vida on Mexico's Nayarit Riviera is a favorite with families and snowbirds

As sunlight flooded my room, I opened my eyes to see pelicans gliding in formation above the blue Mexican Pacific. I stretched, brewed a pot of coffee, and enjoyed a steaming cup on the balcony overlooking the beach as the world awakened. Life is laid back and casual in the Mexico town of Rincon de Guayabitos, and hotel Villas Buena Vida offers all the creature comforts for a quiet vacation in the sun. read more

Lodging In And Around Pátzcuaro jennifer j. rose

Gran Hotel Pátzcuaro -->: Plaza Gertrudis Bocanegra No. 6, Centro Historico. Tel (434) 342-0443, 342-3090, 01 (800) 503-3443, fax (434) 342-5908. E-mail: gran.hotel@yahoo.c... read more

Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico Toby Smith

Fridays are Indian market days in the fountain-centered Plaza Gertrudis Bocanegra, one of three main squares in Pátzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico. Walkways around the fountain are lined with stalls of good... read more

Mexico Economic Updates August 2006 Tony Burton

Despite calls from PRD candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his supporters for a complete recount, it looks almost certain that the Federal Electoral Institute will confirm very shortly that the presidential election was won by PAN candidate Felipe Calderón Hinojosa. The new president will take office on December 1.

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Mexico Economic Updates May 2006 Tony Burton

International Reserves The nation's foreign reserves stood at 68.678 billion dollars in mid-April, according to the Bank of Mexico, the nation's central bank. The reserves reached an all-time high of ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report January 2004

Table of Contents The shape of 2004 No change at the Bank of Mexico New stock market index ... read more

Historic hacienda inns: hidden gems of Jalisco Mary Piotrowski

These amazing, restored historical mansions dating as far back as 1622 have been turned into luxurious hotels. I've lived in Jalisco, Mexico for more than 18 years, running a 300 acre ranch. I thought... read more

Tijuana hotels and dining David Roland

Photos by Robert Mohr © Robert Mohr 2006 People in Latin countries are usually out visiting in the evenings, having fun and listening to street musicians and eating at any of the well-lit taco ... read more

Baja California - Hotel Playas Ensenada Charles E. Moritzky

Doors are locked. Lights extinguished. The world belongs to the nocturnal creatures, the ocean, the breeze, and a trickle of night people. Time is irrelevant. The past, the present, and the future assu... read more

Hotels & Accomodations In Oaxaca

OAXACA Lodging In Oaxaca 5 Star Hotels 4 Star Hotels 3 Star Hotels An interesting option for a more unusual vacation i... read more

Mexico Hotels: Guadalajara, Tlaquepaque and Tonala accommodations

Bed & Breakfasts Gran Turismo 5 Star Hotels 4 Star Hotels 3 Sta... read more

Zacatecas: an easy step into Mexico Allan Cogan

"Zacatecas is the town everyone wants to go back to," a friend said to me when I mentioned that we were going there. It is a charming, colonial city, and a fairly well-to-do university town with nice hotels, friendly, well-dressed people and some good attractions. In fact, on that first day, we liked it so much we decided to stay another night read more

Copper Canyon, Chihuahua, Mexico by Richard D. Fisher Reviewed by Allan Cogan

I suspect this may turn out more like a travel article than a book review. In late March we took a tour through the length of the Copper Canyon and I find it difficult to know how to write about this book without bringing in various aspects of the Canyon trip itself. It really is a spectacular journey and Richard Fisher's account does total justice to the subject matter. This is a large format quality paperback and it contains hundreds of excellent photos of the people and places one encounters along the way. I can't imagine a better souvenir to take away. read more

Moon Handbooks: Guadalajara by Bruce Whipperman Reviewed by Allan Cogan

Here's a welcome addition to the growing library of Mexican guidebooks. It covers all the information you would expect, like motels, hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants, shopping, money exchange locations, tourist highlights and how to get from one place to another. In addition, there's an abundance of information on such items as bus fares, rental cars, walking and jogging routes, exercise gyms, language courses and even where to get rolls of film processed. read more

Mexicasa: The Enchanting Inns and Haciendas of Mexico by Gina Hyams and Melba Levick Reviewed by Allan Cogan

Gina Hyams and Melba Levick have created a wonderful compilation of photographs of twenty-one of Mexico's most spectacular and beautiful inns and bed and breakfast establishments. This one is a real winner. read more
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