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Airlines to flood Mexico with a million new seats this year
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Airlines to flood Mexico with a million new seats this year »

Story and photos by Bob Schulman

What in the world is going on down in Mexico? Is the sun getting sunnier? Are the

MAZATLÁN SELECTED TO HOST MEXICO’S TIANGUIS 2018
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MAZATLÁN SELECTED TO HOST MEXICO’S TIANGUIS 2018 »

Mazatlán, México, February 10, 2017 – Mazatlán, known as the ‘Colonial City on the Beach’ has been selected as the site for the

Austin, nombrada mejor ciudad para vivir en EE.UU. por prestigiosa revista
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Austin, nombrada mejor ciudad para vivir en EE.UU. por prestigiosa revista »

Austin (TX), 7 feb (EFE).- La capital de Texas, Austin, fue nombrada hoy la mejor ciudad para vivir de Estados Unidos tras quedar

Disney abrirá en mayo nueva atracción basada en filme de Avatar
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Disney abrirá en mayo nueva atracción basada en filme de Avatar »

Miami, 7 feb (EFEUSA).- Una nueva atracción de Disney basada en el filme Avatar (2009) abrirá su puertas el próximo 27 de mayo

Wanted: Someone to make a hit movie at Mada’in Saleh
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Wanted: Someone to make a hit movie at Mada’in Saleh »

By Bob Schulman

You probably never heard of Mada’in Saleh. Chances are you won’t, either, unless some Hollywood studio films a blockbuster movie

Miami’s Little Havana declared a US national treasure
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Miami’s Little Havana declared a US national treasure »

Miami, Jan 27 (EFE).- Little Havana, the historic heart of Miami’s large Cuban exile community, on Friday became an officially designated national treasure

Tourist route traces footsteps of Spanish conquistadors in Peru
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Tourist route traces footsteps of Spanish conquistadors in Peru »

Lima, Jan 19 (EFE).- Nearly 500 years after the first Spaniards in Peru raided the sanctuary of Pachacamac, a major pre-Columbian deity, their

Saints and virgins of the Caribbean
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Saints and virgins of the Caribbean »

By Bob Schulman

 The Carib Indians of the Leeward Islands must have been terrified when Christopher Columbus’ 17 warships – two super-size

Visitor centers provide tourists with window into Uruguay’s history
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Visitor centers provide tourists with window into Uruguay’s history »

Montevideo, Dec 18 (EFE).- The Tourism Ministry’s newest visitor center has opened in Paysandu, a province in northwestern Uruguay, introducing visitors to the

On Jamaica: Harry Belafonte meets the rivers of Babylon
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On Jamaica: Harry Belafonte meets the rivers of Babylon »

Story and photos by Bob Schulman

It’s “Sing-Along Night” at one of the posh resort hotels in Port Antonio on the northeast beaches