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Lions Trip to Puebla

By Janice and Dennis The International Lions Club of San Miguel will be sponsoring a four-day trip to the city of Puebla on December 12–15. We will be staying at the Hotel Colonial. Besides the city of Puebla, there will be an optional side trip to the Cacaxtla archaeological zone. Also on the itinerary is [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell   Mexico Travel News New Expedition Cruise Line Offshore Outpost Expeditions (OOE), launching this November, is being billed as a “new type of expedition cruise.” The Pacific Provider will embark on its inaugural cruise November 26 from San Jose del Cabo. The itinerary will travel Mexico’s Sea of Cortez, aiming to offer guests [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell   Mexico Travel News Luxury Camping on Mexico’s Sea of Cortez Camp Cecil, a glamping campground operated by family-owned Todos Santos Eco-Adventures (TOSEA) on Isla Espiritu Santo, is located in a national park just off the coast of Baja California Sur along the Sea of Cortez. On the isolated island, guests voluntarily [...]

Museum Tour of Mexico City


By Judy Newell Some claim that Mexico City has more museums than any other city in the world. With so many options, it is challenging to narrow the best down, but this tour will give you a good start. Built atop the ruins of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan—once dubbed by Spanish conquistadors as the “Venice [...]

Haciendas, un legado para la historia de México

Por Magdalena Copado En el estado de Guanajuato, México existieron un número importante de fincas de explotación agrícola latifundista, conocidas como “Haciendas” durante la época virreinal del Virreinato de Nueva España y hasta el Porfiriato. Estas haciendas tenían bajo su control grandes extensiones de tierras en donde se desarrollaban actividades agrícolas y ganaderas, principalmente (Haciendas [...]

Hacienda de Jaral de Berrio y sus propietarios

Por Magdalena H. Copado Uno de los vestigios mas impactantes que podamos ver en la zona norte de Guanajuato, la que fuera la hacienda más rica en la época colonial, tan rica que se volvió un Mayorazgo compuesto por 99 haciendas distribuidas desde los alrededores de la Ciudad de México hasta Zacatecas, es la de [...]

Travel News

Travel News By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Holland America Increases Mexico Sailings Holland America Line has announced that it is upping its Mexico capacity by repositioning the larger, Vista-class Westerdam from October 2016 through February 2017. The ship will sail 13 seven-day cruises roundtrip from San Diego, CA, including two special holiday departures in [...]

The Promise of Fulfillment

The Travelers Within By Val Jon Farris “Life is a promise; fulfill it.”-Mother Teresa Fulfillment, that elusive promise of attaining unbounded happiness, contentment, and peace in our lives. Our yearning for fulfillment, however, doesn’t stop there; it reaches more deeply into our desire for freedom, in the sense of living as we choose rather than [...]

The Architectural Tour and the Historical Walking Tours Can Calm Your Fears

By Betse Davies At 5:00 in the morning on February 2, when we were peacefully sleeping, the phone rang urgently. “They are shooting at me!” a distraught voice cried. “A revolution has broken out!” “No, not true. It’s Candelaria, and Parque Juárez is the Garden of Eden.” Architectural Walking Tour Thu, Feb 18, 10am Meet [...]

Treat Yourself to a Unique Architecture Walking Tour

By Betse Davies “Unique” is the right word. This is the only town in Mexico where the entire downtown area is made up of really old buildings with one exception. We are talking about several hundred-year-old buildings that figured in the 1810 revolution against Spain. Certainly, the uses of the buildings have changed over the [...]

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