Topics :: Mexican cinema
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You know those vacation spots where everything beckons: places to go, people to meet, things to keep you busy morning, noon and night? Yeah, I hate those places.
Big and gritty and complex and glamorous, Mexico City defies categorization. El Distrito Federal or DF, as the city is commonly called, is far more nuanced than many of the country’s famous resort towns, where the tourism bubble stays easily intact.
Christopher Kostow, whose restaurant in Napa Valley has three Michelin stars, wanted to sample the diversity of the country’s ingredients: gray oysters from Baja California, lychee-like hairy rambutan from southern Chiapas, and bags of red flying ants.
New data reveals that one of Latin America’s strongest contenders to attract the lucrative LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) tourism dollar is the resort city of Cancun, Mexico.
With its sandy beaches, quaint white washed buildings and bustling nightlife, Puerto Vallarta certainly lives up to its reputation as one of the world’s friendliest cities. And the locals strive to keep it that way!
Casa de Sierra Nevada, in picturesque San Miguel de Allende, is setting the standard for luxury and service in Mexico. Conde Nast Traveler named it as one of the ten best hotels in all of Mexico and Central America.
Seven years after the memorable road film "Y Tu Mamá También" comes "Rudo Y Cursi," another collaboration by actors Diego Luna, Gael García Bernal, and writer/director Carlos Cuarón.
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