Fodor's Mexico

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Fodor's Travel Guides, Mar 3, 2000 - Travel - 656 pages
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"Fodor's guides are always a pleasure." -The Chicago Tribune "Teeming with maps and loaded with addresses, phone numbers, and directions." -Newsday Experienced and first-time travelers alike rely on Fodor's Gold Guides for rich, reliable coverage the world over. Updated each year and containing a full-color foldout Rand McNally map, a Fodor's Gold Guide is an essential tool for any kind of traveler. If you only have room for one guide, this is the guide for you. New for 2000! Full-color sections let you experience Mexico before you get there with region by region virtual tours and cross-referencing to the main text. Fodor's color sections are a great way to begin planning your trip. Let the world's smartest guide enrich your trip Full-color images evoke what makes Mexico unique - Local experts show you the special places - Thorough updating keeps you on track - Practical information gives you the tools to explore - Easy-to-use format puts it all at your fingertips Choose among many hotels and restaurants in all price categories Stay in charming colonial posadas, stylish beachside resorts, and gracious haciendas - Dine in traditional mesones de mole, airy zocalo cafes, old Spanish taverns, beachside palapas, and local taquerias - Check out hundreds of detailed reviews and learn what's special about each place Mix and match our itineraries and discover the unexpected Savvy descriptions help you decide where to go and when - Driving and walking tours guide you to everything from Baja coast whale-watching and colorful Heartland towns to sublime Maya ruins and unspoiled Caribbean beaches - Find great sources for huipiles, pottery, and hand-worked silver Go straight to the facts you need and find all that's new Useful maps and background information - How to get there and get around - When to go - What to pack - Costs, hours, and tips by the thousands

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Internationally recogized as an authority on the spa experience, Bernard Burt has written articles in national publications and several other travel guidebooks and is the publisher of Spagoer newsletter. He lives in Washington, DC.

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