Best Places to Stay in Mexico

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2000 - Travel - 432 pages
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The most up-to-date, comprehensive guide to outstanding, distinctive lodging options in Mexico

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It's a fact. You will spend more on lodging than on any other aspect of your Mexican getaway. Where you stay deserves special attention when planning your trip. Many travelers to Mexico focus on the wrong hazards, however, and come home disappointed and disillusioned. The discerning, honest reviews in this book can prevent you from wasting hundreds of dollars on a lodging choice that doesn't suit your needs and tastes. This completely revised and updated edition of BEST PLACES TO STAY IN MEXICO provides thoughtful, detailed descriptions of a variety of accommodations in Mexico's four main regions: the Mayan Riviera, the Mexican Riviera, the Extraordinary Interior, and Baja California.

* Romantic Hideaways * Resorts and Spas * Beachfront Bargains * Intimate and Affordable Inns * Adventure Retreats * Sophisticated Luxury Hotels
 

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Contents

Making Mexico Magical
1
Whats What
4
Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo
129
Manzanillo and the Gold Coast
148
Mazatlan
164
Puerto Angel and Puerto Escondido
176
Puerto Vallarta
186
Archaeological Treasures
223
Cuernavaca and Tepoztlan
249
Guadalajara and Lake Chapala
255
Morelia and Patzcuaro
314
San Miguel de Allende
350
Los Cabos
394
Recommended Books
429
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Foster, who has a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, is the chairman of the Philosophy Department at the University of Massachusetts in Boston.

Lynn V. Foster is an independent writer and scholar. Peter Mathews is Professor of Archaeology at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

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