Acapulco

There's a cute little umbrella in your drink, a sort of reminder of the fall storms you've escaped back in the states. While
At least fifteen people were killed during the weekend in the state of Guerrero.
Movie stars 'discovered' Acapulco Bay in the 1920s. Photo courtesy of Acapulco Destination Marketing Office. Acapulco's international
Tianguis is the largest tourism showcase in all of Mexico, attracting hundreds of local exhibitors, and thousands of international buyers. The event is also open to the general public, providing locals with the knowledge they need to visit other parts of their own country.
The socialites warmly welcomed the war hero; in turn, he found solace in a milieu antithetical to the hell of war.
My best friends and I drove a '60 Chevy from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Mexico City, Guadalajara and Acapulco during winter break in 1967. Not only did I turn 18 on the trip, but my bff's were all guys
Imagine it's the 16th century, and you're on a 2,500-ton Spanish super-galleon sailing off the Pacific coast of Mexico. You're on your way back from a long, dangerous voyage to Manila, where traders from Spain's conquered lands in the Americas.
The years have not been terribly kind to the Mexican beach resort that once attracted the A-List to its shores -- what was once a bucolic beach town of 50,000 is now a seething metropolis plagued by poverty, violence and natural disasters.
One thing is for certain: The top 10 hotels listed below have got hospitality down to a science.
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Zihuatanejo Courtesy of Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort Tucked away in Mexico City's refined Polanco neighborhood
This is the story of "La China Poblana," roughly meaning "The Chinese Woman of Puebla (Mexico)." She was actually from India, and her native sari dresses wound up creating a fashion sensation in 17th century Mexico.
About a half-hour drive from western Mexico's mega-resort at Ixtapa, there's a tiny village out in the boonies that's soon going to be seeing a lot of tourists. The big attraction there -- set to open to the public in early 2013 -- is an immense, 3,000-year-old archeological site being excavated just outside the village.
The National Institute of Culture in Panama City stood in for a fictional hotel in Bolivia.
On Sunday, I experienced what few leaders in Mexico's elite know: the fear of a military that turns its power on the very people it has vowed to protect, the rage engendered when that power is challenged, and the arbitrary nature of its wrath.
The 42-year-old singer wore skintight leather pants which accentuated her famous rear and paired them up with a cropped, metallic
This year's Spring Break "Top 10" list starts and ends with, oh-so-appropriately, MTV. College students may remember MTV's