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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 1028 pages
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Lonely Planet offers the most comprehensive guide to Mexico, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Mexico, 9th Edition includes chapters written by experts on Mexican history and cuisine. Also included are 150+ maps with a new easy-to-use alphabetical, numerical grid system.- Up-front colour highlights section plus "top 10" lists- Detailed itineraries reveal classic and less-travelled routes- Unmatched history, culture and background information, with expert author contributions- Easy-to-use maps with cross referencing to text"Down to earth accurate information for every budget, enthusiastically written."-Travel & Leisure

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Lot of coverage but not much worth while

User Review  - scubasteve2007 -

I bought the book for a 1week excursion focusing on the Zihau area. The book did not list many lodging options and two of the three villagescities that I visited barely matched their description. One ... Read full review

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Noble grew up in the cool, green valley of the River Ribble, England.

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