Allan on December 4th, 2013

Mexico City’s  rapid transport system, known as the Metro, moves millions of passengers daily.  It is  the largest such system in Latin America and the second-largest in North America, after that of New York City.  Mexico City’s  Metro is an efficient means of conveyance, but it’s more than that. It is also an economic, cultural […]

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The magazine Condé Nast Traveler, in its annual readers’ poll, named Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende as the top city of the world in 2013. For entire article, click here . Article by Allan Wall, published November 25th, 2013, on .  

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Allan on April 30th, 2013

Mexico City has a first-rate urban park known as the Bosque de Chapultepec, or Forest of Chapultepec, a destination for both international tourism and local recreation. Chapultepec is a living historical monument to major developments in the history of Mexico. And it’s popular, receiving about 15 million visitors annually. Formerly on the outskirts, the park is […]

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Allan on February 3rd, 2012

What can one say about Mexico City? It’s the capital of Mexico, the biggest metropolis in the Western Hemisphere and the world’s eighth-richest city. It’s also a first-rate tourist attraction. Located in the Valle de México (Valley of Mexico), a natural bowl ringed in by volcanoes and mountains, the city sits at an altitude of […]

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Allan on July 18th, 2011

My family and I recently returned from a visit to Mexico. To read the entire article, click here. Article, by Allan Wall,  published on the website, on July 18th, 2011.

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Due to violence in Mexico, many Americans are now reconsidering whether or not they want to visit that country. If enough Americans choose not to visit Mexico it could result in major losses of revenue for the Mexican tourism industry, which provides jobs for several million Mexicans. Even if Mexico suddenly became safer, it could […]

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