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   Monday, October 22, 2018 

United Mexican StatesThe Wonder of Mexico

By Jennifer Duchesne

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In the history of Mexico, beach weddings have become very popular down in Mexico. The most notable history of Mexico that bring tourist are the ancient Meso-American ruins, and popular beach resorts. You can retire on the beach, on a golf course, on a lake shore, or in the mountains. Mexico's large quantity of beautiful coastline makes retiring on the beach quite popular. The beach is perfect, long and isolated. So many restaurants line the beach as people watch their meal come right out of the water and brought up to be prepared. Five hundred miles north, the port city of Mazatlan is yet another popular beach resort and favorite of deep-sea anglers. Hike rain forests, climb a volcano, traverse the jungle on a zip line or do nothing but relax on a deserted beach. Besides the excellent beach you will also find a unique Zoo with lions, alligators, leopards, giraffes, zebras, an aviary exhibit, and a serpentarium. A Baja Mexico beach house rental is one of the most popular lodging choices on the peninsula, and there are plenty of beaches, both on the Pacific Ocean and on the Sea of Cortes.

Acapulco Mexico has attracted millions of tourist to Mexico. Acapulco has been a getaway heaven to movie stars for over 50 years. Its expansive coastlines and beaches, such as those of Cancun and Acapulco, have been popular destinations for spring break parties and other occasions. However, be warned! Once you visit Acapulco you may become addicted to the place. Puerto Vallarta Mexico is newer, smaller and quieter than Acapulco. In the history of Mexico, beach weddings have become very popular down in Mexico.


Mexico is a vast country, comprising nearly two million square miles of coastline, desert, rain forest, and fertile plains. Mexico is enjoyable year-round, but October to May is generally the most pleasant time to visit. For more best vacation spot reviews, please check out this blog.

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I am a stay at home mom of 4 kids under 6 just trying to stay sane! I can still bring home the bacon though!

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