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By Gary Chandler, Liza Prado

This full-color advisor to Cancún and Cozumel contains brilliant images and important making plans maps.
Experienced Mexico tourists Gary Chandler and Liza Prado recognize how to go back and forth Cancún and Cozumel—from a romantic getaway in Tulum to cenote hopping alongside the Riviera Maya. Chandler and Prado contain attractive itinerary principles for a number of journey stories, together with less than the ocean and 7 Days of Ecoadventure. whole with information at the most sensible shorelines, suggestion on which Maya ruins to take a look at, and suggestions for the most well liked nightlife spots within the Zona Hotelera, Moon Cancún & Cozumel offers tourists the instruments they should create a extra own and noteworthy experience.

Coverage includes:
Isla Cozumel
The Riviera Maya
Tulum and Southern Quintana Roo
Inland Archeological Zones

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The huge costs of this church were borne by wealthy silver magnate José de la Borda. Rural churches of the Baroque period often display enormous exuberance and charm. These eclectic, imaginative creations are aptly classified as barroco popular. In Puebla, the popular passion for ornamentation found expression in the glistening tiles that cover church facades with vivid patSan Francisco Acatepec terning. Interiors exhibit a (see p153) profusion of plaster figures, such as clusters of angels, cherubs, saints, animals, flowers, and fruit.

The guitar was introduced to Mexico by the Spanish. Mariachi musician in traditional costume Mariachi bands can be seen in the Plaza Garibaldi (see p113) in Mexico City, playing songs about love, betrayal, and revolutionary heroes. Traditional Dances Mexico has a vast range of regional dances performed only in their specific areas. During religious celebrations, they take place in squares and in front of churches. Dancers, who are usually male, communicate the storyline through dance steps, sign language, and sometimes words.

Some estates were given over to cattle, or to corn and wheat; others grew sugar cane or agave for making the alcoholic drink pulque. Landowners in the Yucatán grew rich cultivating henequen (sisal), whereas those in mountainous areas, such as Zacatecas, often ran silver mines. The 1910 Revolution brought about the destruction of many haciendas, but some have been preserved or restored, and a few now serve as hotels (see p294). Laborers on a Porfirian hacienda where, by 1910, many rural Mexicans lived and worked A Typical Hacienda This illustration shows an idealized 19th-century hacienda.

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