Tag Archives: Turism

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 Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 5

By: Elsie Mendez @sabormexico As closure to this culinary and gastronomic tour in Mexico we had two surprises prepared: The first, a cooking demonstration class with Chef Monica Solis, and finally, a farewell dinner that Camino Real prepared for us in a very special way. Monica Solis is a friend, talented businesswoman, and a great lover of Mexico and its …

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The Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 2

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico After a rigorous and very delicious stop between Mexico City and Santiago de Queretaro at the popular Barbacoa de Santiago, we arrive at an interesting destination full of history. It goes back to viceregal Mexico. The famous arches from the old aqueduct welcome us to continue with our culinary tour through the Bajio. Deneb is our …

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The Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 1

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico Doing culinary and gastronomy tours is, and continues to be, our main activity as a promoter of Mexican cuisine; show it, share it, and make-known the history behind each authentic and traditional dish. After five years we feel confident knowing that we have surprised many, but when the challenge is to do it with expert journalists …

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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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Hanal Pixan: Mayan Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead)

By: Victor Román The “Hanal pixán”, or food for the souls of the dead, is a tradition of the Mayan people that is carried out to remember friends and relatives who have passed on. It is a special event for the relatives of the deceased, because they know that from October 31 to November 2, the souls “receive permission” to …

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Editorial. What to do for tourism?

By: Carlos Dragonné @carlosdragonne Knowing that we will probably be reiterative of this, tourism in our country is suffering one of the worst crisis in its history. And there is a feeling in all of us that are part of the industry that there does not seem to be an institutional plan that serves to reactivate the sector that helps …

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El Faro, a Classic Restaurant in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo

  We instinctively seek out celebration. We all look for moments, alone or accompanied, to store in our small trunk of memories. We can not ignore the relationship between food and celebration, and the special environments that host the memories that we cherish. If you can relate to this sentiment, and you’re on a Christmas holiday and end up in …

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A Brazil with a Taste of Mexico – A Carioca Bicentennial

Review of the celebrations of the Bicentennial of the Independence of Mexico from Brazil

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Morelia, A Goodbye that Fulfills a Dream

Review of our first encounter with Santa Fe de la Laguna, Michoacan, a c Reseña primer encuentro en Santa Fe de la Laguna, an Athesiru community in Quiroga, Michoacan

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