Best Places to Stay in Mexico

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Houghton Mifflin, 1991 - Bars (Drinking establishments) - 319 pages
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For long weekends, romantic getaways, family vacations, and business trips, Best Places to Stay is the series to rely on again and again to find the perfect place for your style, budget, and interests. Accurate, discerning reviews of distinctive accommodations in all price ranges.

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Contents

Making Mexico Magical
1
Ten Tips to Bliss
8
Picking Your ParadiseBeguiling Beaches
15
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Bill Jamison was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1942. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, received an undergraduate degree from the University of North Texas, and a graduate degree in American history from the University of Kansas. He worked as a professor at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos and for the Texas Arts Commission and the Oklahoma Council on the Arts and Humanities. In 1977, he became a regional representative for the National Endowment for the Arts, then director of the Western States Arts Foundation in Santa Fe. He finally decided to become a travel and food writer. He wrote more than 20 travel books and cookbooks, most of them with his wife, Cheryl Alters Jamison. Their works included 100 Grill Recipes You Can't Live Without, The Big Book of Outdoor Cooking and Entertaining, Born to Grill, Smoke and Spice, and The Barbecue Lover's Big Book of BBQ Sauces. They also won four James Beard Foundation awards for culinary writing. He died of complications from cancer on March 24, 2015 at the age of 73.

Cheryl and Bill Jamison are the authors of more than a dozen cookbooks and travel guides. They appear regularly on television, and are frequent contributors to publications, including Cooking Light and Bon Appetit. They live just outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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