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Although I think "flawed" in certain ways, the book reviewed this week is certainly well worth its not expensive at all price if you want to get a pictorial "feel" and a cultural and historical perspective of some of the most interesting places to visit in Mexico.
Beautiful "Small Towns" in Mexico Book Review
"One Hundred and One Beautiful Small Towns in Mexico" is a coffee table book that provides a journey in words and gorgeous pictures of Mexico's "hidden" and not so hidden "off-the-beaten-track" and not so off-the-beaten-track touristic gems and "treasures."
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What time of year does the most internal traveling and tourism occur in Mexico?
Answer from last week's question:
Cuernavaca is the city that is a favorite weekend retreat for Mexico City residents and is called the "place of the eternal spring." It is also one the "small towns" that really isn't a small town that is featured in the book that was reviewed this week, "One Hundred and One Beaytiful Small Towns in America."
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