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Lonely Planet, 1998 - Travel - 1013 pages
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Mexico is a country of grand ruins, picturesque colonial towns, spectacular scenery, and miles of glorious beaches. This bestselling guide covers a wide variety of places to stay and eat, and provides details on not-to-miss destinations, ranging from tropical beaches to bustling cities. Includes a Spanish language section and a 24-page color section on arts and crafts. 155 maps.

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good price worth to buy

User Review  - jeve6 -

I am going to Mexico for 2 weeks in this coming Nov. I bought this Mexico Lonely Planet because I trust the quality of tons of information that Lonely Planet always offers and I have never been ... Read full review

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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Economy 47 Religion

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

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