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Hotels Reviews

Where to Stay in Sonoma. The Best Bed & Breakfasts and Inn’s

Donde hospedarse en Sonoma

By Elsie Méndez For one reason or another, the majority of the time we end up staying at chain hotels and sometimes Boutique Hotels. For this trip to Sonoma we decided to stay at one of those small and exquisite properties known as Inn’s and Bed and Breakfasts. We found some options that offer one-of-a-kind travel experiences in a romantic destination …

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Hotel Garza Blanca: A Life Lesson of Service

By: Carlos Dragonné @sabormexico To reignite the importance of a tourist destination is not an easy task for anyone. It has to be an effort between service providers, the government, private initiatives and, of course, the tourists who commit their days of rest to a place that may surprise them or, in the worst case, disappoint. However, there are places …

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The Broadmoor. When the Doors of a Dream Open.

Por: Carlos Dragonné The internet has taken the surprise out of many things. For example, fans of roller coasters release countless videos of first-hand experience on the rides before many have a chance to experience it; movie-goers around the world devour any number of spoilers for films they have been waiting to go see; lovers of gastronomy discover the secrets …

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The Broadmoor. The Flavors of 99 Years of Greatness.

By: Carlos Dragonné It is sunrise in Colorado Springs and the sun barely illuminates the manmade lake that divides the towers of the hotel. The mist has given way to the rays that remind us that there are many things to do and that, before anything else, what is needed is breakfast. Just one night ago they took us on …

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Rediscovering San Cristobal at Hotel Bö

By: Carlos Dragonné More than 15 years had passed since I last visited San Cristobal de las Casas. The last time I went I was a little disconnected from my immediate surroundings as I walked through its streets and corners. I tried to capture all the essence that it offered me while I imagined and made notes in a notebook …

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La Puertecita, the First Boutique Hotel in Mexico

By Carlos Dragonne @carlosdragonne When we refer to La Puertecita (“the little door”) as the first boutique hotel in Mexico, it has nothing to do with a category ranking, but rather the fact that this was the first boutique hotel that watched the birth and development of the country. It remains today in Mexico as an international level hotel. La …

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Morelia, A Message Among the Pink Quarry

Travel review of Morelia, Michoacan, Candy Museum, Santa Fe de la Laguna

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Morelia, The Morelian Night is Calling Me

Review of our trip Morelia, Michoacan Mexico.

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San Miguel de Allende: An Unexpected Path

Experienced by: Elsie Méndez Written by: Carlos Dragonné With special dedication to Jacqueline María Benitez The road sometimes ends up being nothing like what we had anticipated. Many times the place we end up surpasses the place we were reaching for. Something like that happened to me as I planned a trip to Guanajuato. With almost immediate changes in my …

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Rediscovering Myself in Tepoztlán, from Hostal de la Luz

Experienced by: Elsie Méndez Written by: Carlos Dragonné Talking about Tepoztlán without mentioning my origins would be impossible because of everything that this place has meant in my life. From the outset, Tepoztlan was designated as  a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Because of this, it was part of a personal and professional project that took me all over the …

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