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Mexico’s Intangible Cultural Heritage The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), besides maintaining a list of World Heritage Sites, also keeps a list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. These are traditions or living expressions which are passed down through generations in the form of oral traditions, performing arts, social practices, rituals, festive...
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Mexico Has Its Own Wine Country—and It’s Amazing Baja California, MX, Valle de Guadalupe, is only 90 minutes from the San Diego border, and is commonly compared to Napa Valley of the south. The wines of Valle de Guadalupe are fast becoming competitive with the best of the world. With more that 100 wineries, each...
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 Travel and Leisure Selects Guatemala a Top 2019 Travel Destination Guatemala Guatemala is Central America distilled: its mix of mountain and jungle landscapes, haunting Mayan ruins and vibrant Indian culture has been luring English-speaking travelers since the writer Aldous Huxley was hypnotized back in the 1930s. Its modest travel industry was put on hold after...
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Dulce Vida travel  recently hosted a Crafty Chica Art Retreat in San Miguel de Allende! It was a magical time to be in the #1 small city in the world, rated by Conde Nast Traveler during the holidays! 22 women gathered for a week to craft with Kathy Murillo “Crafty Chica”. The art retreat consisted...
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Conde Nast Traveler Readers, voted San Miguel De Allende the Best Small City to Travel in 2018 Read More! https://www.cntraveler.com/galleries/2014-10-20/top-25-cities-in-the-world-readers-choice-awards-2014 Many consider colonial-era San Miguel de Allende one of Mexico’s prettiest cities, and it’s no wonder. Here, you’ll find leafy courtyards, narrow cobblestone streets, and a historic town center from which the Gothic Parroquia de...
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  Having trouble deciding where to go on vacation this year? What if you could travel to the top destination in the world? San Miguel de Allende, MX, has received the coveted award for The World’s Best Cities from Travel and Leisure. Once you visit the culturally-rich city for the first time, you’ll see why...
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Sharing some of my favorite Restaurants, also listed by Lola Cocina 🙂 Join our upcoming Tour Oct. 30th-Nov.4th 2018 Casa Crespo The views are incredible from Casa Crespo’s rooftop patio, you are able to take photos with the famous Santo Domingo church as your backdrop. Pick up some delicious chocolate tablets while you’re here, too....
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Most people think of Tecate and tequila when they think of Mexico — certainly not wine. But the Valle de Guadalupe, just 90 miles south of San Diego in northern Baja, is a rustic wine destination that’s already being called the Napa of Mexico. We say it’s even better. The region is one of the fastest-growing...
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Oaxaca City Art of Remberance Vacation     Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos October 30- November 4 2018 BOOK NOW   Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the most time-honored holiday of Oaxaca. An example of the harmonious relationship between Christianity and the Pre-Hispanic traditions found in the state of Oaxaca. Although...
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