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Acapulco Mexico
Acapulco is one Mexico’s most important and famous beach resorts. It is located on the Pacific coast, 395 kilometers (245 miles) from Mexico City and 133 kilometers (83 miles) from Chilpancingo, the state capital of Guerrero. It has a warm, humid climate with temperatures ranging from 22º C (72º F) to 33º C (91º F) with sunny days throughout the year. Among the port city’s many enticing qualities are: its beautiful bay, one of the best in the world; the calm waters of its beaches; the am....
Mexico - Oaxaca
If you walk the beach northwards, then there's a little path going up on the hills/mountain, walk this part up on the hill and around it. On the other side there's an amazing little rock pool, like a natural jacuzzi where you can dive in and sit and swim as the waves crushes in on you making it all fizzy.
Mexico - quintana roo
in the lonely planet under palenque and places to stay there are a few spots they suggest but we stayed at 2 of them and one definitely outshone the other. when heading out towards to ruins you will pass under a arch get them to drop you off there i dont remeber the name of the place but it was better value for your peso and definitely a better atmosphere! your in the jungle and the people are great!
Mexico - Mexico
Take the Bus in Mexico!
Take the Bus in Mexico! That's right. Most people have a vision in their minds of Mexican buses that are dirty and full of very poor country people carrying chickens in cages. Nothing could be further from the truth. Mexican buses are immaculate. They are far more comfortable and cleaner than American bus lines. They have spacious chairs with plenty of room to sleep on overnight rides. They even have first run American movies in English with Spanish subtitles. You can travel by bus f....
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Mexico - Yucatan Peninsula
Perfect Place to Stay in Tulum
At this place, you can get a cozy straw hut with sand floors on the beach for $8/night hammock included. It's situated on one of the nicest beaches in the peninsula (or world for that matter). It is one of the few places that is walking distance from the Tulum ruins, and some even stay here and swim to Tulum to sneak in w/o paying the fee (not recommended). Definitely one of the best bargains in Latin America.
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