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Mexico (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
Recognized the world over by frequent flyers and armchair travelers alike, Eyewitness Travel Guides are the most colorful and comprehensive guides on the market. With beautifully commissioned photographs and spectacular 3-D aerial views revealing the charm of each destination, these amazing travel guides show what others only tell. Includes beautiful new full-color photos, illustrations, and enhanced maps Extensive information on local customs, currency, medical services, and transportation New "Discovering" feature helps decide which regions are best suited to the trip.
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Mexico is a heady sort of place; it inundates you with sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and tactile sensations. A dry text, no matter how informative, just doesn't do justice to Mexico's allure. DK's Eyewitness Travel Guide series, on the other hand, does. Sure, it provides the necessary data points. The "Travelers' Needs" section contains 168 recommended hotel options and another 168 restaurants--as well as a beautifully illustrated guide to the foods of Mexico. And there are pages of practical information on visas, health precautions, time zones, electricity, taxis, security, banking, communications, and the like.
But DK's guide provides far more inspirational than a mere collection of data. The two-page glossy color map of Mexico is not just clear and easy to understand, it's beautiful. The hundreds of color photographs throughout the book are exquisite, depicting the sere hilltop archeological site of Monte Alban, fishermen preparing nets on a Yucatan beach, the vibrancy of a fruit market in San Cristobal de las Casas, the green lushness of the wetlands, the scrub of the Sonora desert, and the intense vegetation of the Tehuantepec rainforests. There are 3-D aerial-view layouts of towns and ancient sites, cutaways and floor plans for churches and pyramids, as well as wonderful explanatory texts for each region, delving into history, traditions, sights, fiestas, foods, music, and activities. DK's is a guide book that is actually a pleasure to use--one that adds excitement to the necessary task of planning your vacation. --Stephanie Gold
Esto de la patria es algo dificil de explicar. Pero mas dificil es comprender eso del amor a la patria. Por ejemplo, nos ensenaron que amor a la patria es, por ejemplo, saludar a la bandera, ponerse de pie al escuchar el himno nacional, Emborracharse a discrecion cuando pierde la seleccion de futbol. A discrecion emborracharse cuando gana la seleccion de futbol. Algunos etcetera que poco cambian de sexenio en sexenio… Y por ejemplo, no nos ensenaron que amor a la patria puede ser, por ejemplo, silbar como quien se va alejando, pero, tras de aquella colina tambien hay patria y nadie nos ve, y nos franqueamos (porque uno siempre se franquea cuando nadie nos ve) y le decimos (a la patria), todo lo que la odiamos y todo lo que la amamos, y esto siempre es mejor decirlo, a balazos y sonriendo. Y, por ejemplo nos ensenaron que amor a la patria es, usar sombrero de charro, saber los nombres de los ninos heroes, gritar "?Viva, Arriba Mexico!" aunque Mexico este abajo, muerto. Otros etceteras que poco cambian de sexenio en sexenio. Y, por ejemplo, no nos ensenaron que amor a la patria puede ser, Callar como quien se muere, pero no, bajo esta tierra tambien hay patria y nadie nos oye, y nos franqueamos (porque siempre se franquea cuando nadie nos oye) y le contamos (a la patria) la pequena y dura historia de los que se fueron muriendo para amarla y que ya no estan aqui para darme la razon pero me la dan no estando, los que nos ensenaron que a la patria se le ama, por ejemplo, a balazos y sonriendo. Desde las montanas del sureste mexicano, Sup Marcos
Mexico City Stitch 2
SERIES: REDISCOVERING MEXICO CITY My first try at a multiple-photo stitch. This is an ~90? view of Northeast (left) to Southeast (right). Mexico City was extremely unpolluted and clear on November 4th, 2007. I went to the top of the Chapultepec Mount (Cerro de Chapultepec), where the Chapultepec Castle is located. There I took several photographs of the city. There will be some future photographs showing the rest of the city. MOVE MOUSE OVER PHOTOGRAPH TO DISCOVER WHAT YOU ARE SEEING.
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One Hundred & One Beautiful Small Towns in Mexico broadens the successful One Hundred & One Towns series with a tour through the virgin coastal hamlets, sun-kissed terra-cotta villages, and lush green hilltop towns that abound in Mexico. This is the armchair traveler’s escape and the serious tourist’s companion, featuring exceptional photography referencing a rich cultural background steeped in ancient Mayan folklore and religious tradition. This book ventures through the countryside providing in-depth histories of the smaller, less trodden towns that speckle Mexico’s varied terrain, and introduces readers to the sights, sounds, and scents that are all a part of Mexico’s powerful allure. Towns are organized by region and are accompanied by information on local delicacies, nightlife, and must-see hot spots. A complete appendix with addresses and phone numbers of recommended hotels, villas, bed-and-breakfasts, restaurants, and more can be found at the back of the book, as well as a suggested reading list to round out your trip.