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Valle de Bravo,Estado de México,México // Valle de Bravo,Mexico state,Mexico

Valle de Bravo,Estado de México,México // Valle de Bravo,Mexico state,Mexico

El Pendulo Bookstore, Mexico DF., Zona Rosa. I wish one day show to you this...

El Pendulo Bookstore, Mexico DF., Zona Rosa. I wish one day show to you this...

Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Located on the shore of Lake Avandaro, approximately 97 miles southwest of Mexico city, and west of Toluca. The town, just two hours away from the Capital was originally known as San Francisco del Valle de Temascaltepec.   Visited in 1988.

Located on the shore of Lake Avandaro, approximately 97 miles southwest of Mexico city, and west of Toluca. The town, just two hours away from the Capital was originally known as San Francisco del Valle de Temascaltepec.

Relax on the La Paz Malecon, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Relax on the La Paz Malecon, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Relax on the La Paz Malecon, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Este es un edificio moderno. El edificio es en Guadalajara. Es muy alto y bonito. Los turistas puedes entrar este edificio durante la día.

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Pozas azules de Atzala, Taxco. #México #FoodAndTravelMX #ViajeroGourmetMéxico

Despertar Taxqueño

Mexico DF. Fuente de Tlaloc y mural de Diego Rivera (impresionante!!!) en el bosque de Chapultepec

Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, Fountain of Aztec God Tialoc by Diego Rivera

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Cocoa / Souh of México .. . Sur de México. Especialmente en los estados de Tabasco y Chiapas, el cacao se produce en grandes cantidades para crear chocolate artesanal. Cerca de la zona arqueológica de Comalcalco, Tabasco, se encuentra el Museo del Cacao. Se pueden visitar las haciendas cacaoteras para conocer el proceso y el cuidado de esta planta.

South of México, especially in Tabasco and Chiapas states, the "cacao" it´s growing to make the traditional handmade chocolate. In Comalcalco, Tabasco, you can find the Cacao´s Museum.

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