29. 08. 2012
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London MexFest 2012

On August 17-19, a slice of Mexico was delivered to London. MexFest featured a sample of the most exciting things happening in the art culture of Mexico. Featured at the London festival was...

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28. 08. 2012
Real-de-Asientos

Pueblos Magicos: Once a mining town, Real de Asientos now stands decorated with history, as well as mystery

History, art, nature and a culture of mining come to life in Real de Asientos, Aguascalientes, Mexico. An ancient city, Real de Asientos dates back to 1548, when it was founded by the...

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24. 08. 2012
Palizada-on-the-river

Pueblos Magicos: Visiting quaint, nature-rich Palizada is a vacation for the senses

Once a refuge for pirates, the river village Palizada in Campeche, Mexico has transformed into the perfect destination for a relaxing vacation. Palizada is frequently overlooked, and used as a stopping-off point on...

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23. 08. 2012
food trucks

Taco trucks of San Felipe named one of the 101 best places to eat worldwide

The tacos of San Felipe, a town on the coast of Baja California in Mexico, are getting global recognition. Earlier this month, the Daily Beast published the Newsweek article “Top Chefs Choose 101...

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22. 08. 2012
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Mesamérica Promotes Mexican Cuisine with the Help of World Renowned Chefs

Mexico City hosted the first Mesamérica gastronomy summit to promote Mexican gastronomy’s legacy, cultural richness, and diversity to the world. Chefs and restauranteurs included renowned American chefs Rick Bayless, James Casey, Steve Sando,...

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22. 08. 2012
MexicoCity'sCentroHistorico

Touring Mexico City’s Centro Histórico…with your feet off the ground

Mexico is a city that wears its age well–almost 700 years old and still full of youthful energy. Founded in 1325, it’s got Aztec splendor and ruin, Spanish majesty and bombast, 50’s modernism,...

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21. 08. 2012
Mirriam-Flores

Miriam Flores, Executive Chef of Época, Creates Food From the Heart

As Puerto Vallarta heads into the dog days of summer, the last place most want to be is in the heat of a kitchen. The opposite is true, however, for chef Miriam Flores...

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21. 08. 2012
Mexico'sGuadalupeValleyWine

Guadalupe Valley Hosts Annual Wine Festival

Every year, the Guadalupe Valley hosts the Vendimia (wine harvest) Festival lasting 17 days. The festival, which is expected to draw in over 50,000 people, has a wide variety of attractions including wine-inspired...

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21. 08. 2012
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Unique Mexico

Just for a moment, forget your image of Mexico. Close your eyes and imagine past the shimmering shores, the deep blue waters and white sand beaches. Look deeper. Start to envision culture and...

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21. 08. 2012
ValledeBravosPueblosMagicos

Pueblos Magicos: Explore the Beauty and Culture of Valle de Bravo

It is no secret that I love visiting the small, traditional towns throughout Mexico and that I am lucky enough to have the opportunity to tell about it. When first starting my quest...

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