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Taxco is a beautiful city in Mexico built on a hill in Guerrero. It is rich with old and new silver mines, it has narrow streets and hundreds of silver shops. If you are looking for a side trip that is the place to go. Taxco Mexico is renowned for its more than 200-year-old baroque-style church, the Santa Prisca Cathedral.
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"The legendary silver city of Taxco, on the road between Acapulco and Mexico City, is renowned for its museums, picturesque hillside colonial-era charm, and, of course, its silver shops."
"Although Tepoztlan is close to Cuernavaca, and Cuernavaca is about an hour to Taxco, to the south, it would be difficult to make all the bus connections, returning to Mexico City all in one day."
"Mexico City / Federal District (Mexico) – Capital of Mexico and popular with tourists as an ancient Meso-American city, a megalopolis conurbation ,and the site of many popular tourist attractions such as the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon."
"Altitude: 1670 m (5479 ft) How to get there Mexico City by bus about 3 hours; by car about 170km/106mi on the MEX 95 and 95D, turning off in Amacuzac."
"The Estrella de Oro bus line offers nonstop trips from Mexico City with service more like of First Class on an airline -- roomy seats, ride attendants, snacks and drinks, and free movies ( The Lake House and Superman Returns on a recent trip.) A regular Estrella de Oro (double-decker) one-way ride is 320 pesos, while upgraded VIP bus service is 480 pesos; VIP service includes a marble lounge inside the regular Acapulco bus terminal with TVs, drinks, and newspapers."
"Highlights include the ruins of Zempoala; the cities of Veracruz (where you learn the local dance borrowed from Cuba, danzón ), Xalapa and its excellent Museo de Antropología, Puebla, Tlaxcala, and Mexico City; river rafting (if you desire); plus cultural experiences in food, history, and literature."
"The primary work on the life of Lizardi is Jefferson Rea Spell’s The Life and Works of José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (Philadelphia, 1931), reprinted in his Bridging the Gap: Articles on Mexican Literature (Mexico City: Editorial Libros de México, 1971, pp. 99-141)."
"It is off the toll way but it is worth the drive, it is between Acapulco and Mexico City."
"Yet what is known is that Xochicalco (meaning “in the place of the house of flowers” in the Nahuatl language, which is still spoken throughout Mexico) was occupied beginning around 200 B.C., and it reached its apex architecturally between A.D. 700 and 1000, after the fall of Teotihuacán, near Mexico city."
"They're in Colonia Guerrero ,and, to the W/NW is Colonia Santa Maria la Ribera (one of the first "suburbs" of Mexico City)."
"It is located 200 km southwest of Mexico City along the old highway to Acapulco at an elevation of 1,800 m (5,900 ft)."
"It is off the toll way but it is absolutly beautiful and worth the drive, it is between Aculpolco and Mexico City."
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