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If you love to collect quality Mexican Folk Art, I am excited to share my favorite mercados  locations in Mexico City Mercado’s in Mexico City are a fun cultural experience. These are the best Mercado’s that offer quality folk art, textiles, culturally themed jewelry, and other simple treasures. San Angel Bazar Sabado Bazar Sabado is...
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The San Jose Museum of Textiles has an amazing exhibit! MAYAN TRAJE: A TRADITION IN TRANSITION JULY 21, 2019 – OCTOBER 13, 2019 TURNER AND GILLILAND GALLERIES The Maya of Guatemala are known worldwide for their excellent weaving and distinctive trajes (traditional clothing). These were once 100% village-specific, and people could be recognized as being from a...
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Some of Mexico’s best beach towns dot both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, and not only come with idyllic, ‘grammable shorelines, but have first-rate accommodations, bars, and restaurants to match. These are the beaches that put Mexico on the tourist map — pick any one of them for a care-free trip to a beach dreamland....
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When it comes to urban charms, Travel + Leisure readers just can’t get enough of Mexico. San Miguel de Allende, which topped our list for the past two years, may have been unseated this time around — it now comes in second — but it still draws gushing admiration. One reader called it “a unique art community in the...
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Santa Fe July is good for: folk art fans Welcome to Santa Fe, home to a 400-year-old city of high-desert lore, art, and culture. Situated over 7,000 feet above sea level, the historic town is beloved for its low-slung, earthy adobe aesthetic and ever-shifting views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Art lovers and collectors flock to...
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Where Would Frida Shop if She Visited  San Francisco Again? The San Francisco Latino Mission District Calle 24 is in the center of San Francisco’s Historic Mission District. It runs along a tree-lined street known as “El Corazón de la Misión”, or “The Heart of the Mission.” The stretch of 24th Street running from Mission...
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San Miguel de Allende MX Mexico has a wealth of colorful and historic towns to discover. Many are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites, but San Miguel de Allende MX has received the coveted award for one of the “The World’s Best Cities” from all travel magazines.  Yes, we all have our favorite Mexico beach resorts,...
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Is there anything tacos can’t do? The humble, handheld snack sparked the current food truck craze, earned its own colorful emoji, and prompted countless memes with bad puns (which we won’t taco ‘bout). Tacos also make for a delicious excuse to explore Santa Cruz County. From Davenport to Watsonville, you’ll discover everything from crispy, old school tacos to...
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San Miguel de Allende is Mexico ’s most walkable, artistic and cultural city. The town is also referred to as “El Corazon de Mexico” as is literally located in the middle of the country of Mexico, 2 hours north of Mexico City. The town has the honor of being named as a UNESCO Heritage town....
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Crafty Chica Art & Creativity Summer Retreat Dulce Vida Travel is once again collaborating with Kathy Murillo to the announce the inaugural Crafty Chica Summer Art & Creativity Retreat, in her hometown of Phoenix! July 22-27 2019. Hosted by the Arizona Grand Resort! Yes, it’s in the summer here in AZ, but we’ll be inside...
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At Dulce Vida Travel we love the Mexican experience, especially the warmth and generosity of the Mexican culture. We are based in San Jose California.

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