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November 17, 2014
Marina Vallarta was one of the first mega developments in Mexico, constructed in the late 1980’s. The Marina has served as a model for other developments around Mexico, including those in Cabo and Cancun. The Marina area is anchored by 450 boat docks and full marine services along with the Marina Promenade hosting shops and...
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Preliminary data shows hotel occupancy was at 90% over the weekend, or about 22,000 occupied rooms, according to the Department of Tourism. Domestic tourism from Mexican nationals who received a three day weekend added to the already expected American and Canadian travelers who frequent the area during the fall and winter months. After experiencing several...
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A new pipeline project to move Eagle Ford Shale natural gas into Mexico’s growing energy market has opened. Although Mexico has vast natural gas reserves, it hasn’t been able to develop them quickly enough to meet the country’s consumption, which has been climbing at four times the pace of overall economic growth at times in...
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In 2012 Mexico passed a law requiring a tourist visa for any visitors to Mexico’s border cities, within 25 miles of the border, for longer than seven days. The Visas cost around $23 USD and are good for 180 days. Since the law has passed, thousands of visitors to areas like Tijuana and the Baja...
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Deborah Aschheim: Bienvenidos Los Presidentes is a multidisciplinary exhibition about collective memory and mythology that blends archival research, community interviews, and a broad range of source material with drawings, photographs, and video. Artist Deborah Aschheim is interested in the cultural mythology of the 1960s and early 1970s and for the exhibition Bienvenidos Los Presidentes she...
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