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  Dia de la Candelaria - February 2nd
Day of the Candles in Mexico

Dia de la Candelaria (Day of the Candles) or Candlemas, is a religious holiday that is celebrated with processions, dancing, bullfights in certain cities, and the blessing of the seeds, baby Jesus and candles. This is also when the person who found the baby Jesus doll in their Rosca de Reyes is supposed to throw a party for those who ate the sweet bread.


  Accommodations Highlight! Posada LunaSol in La Paz, Baja
Hotel in La Paz, Baja
Posada LunaSol (the Sun & Moon Inn) is a quaint Mexican Inn comprised of 17 tastefully decorated rooms with tiled floors and bathrooms, colonial rustic furnishings and hand woven bedspreads. Set in an ideal location in a safe and quiet neighborhood PLS is reasonably priced and within convenient walking distance to the Malecon (seaside walk) where restaurants, shops and bars abound. See details at Posada LunaSol

  Destination Highlight: Patzcuaro
Patzcuaro, Mexico
Patzcuaro (PAHTZ-kwah-roh) is a small colonial gem in the state of Michoacan, a land of immense natural beauty. Patzcuaro rests 5 kms. south of the shore of tranquil Lake Patzcuaro. This small, romantic town famous for it's white buildings with red-tile roofs is full of festivals, history, shopping, and imtimate hotels. It is recognized as a Pueblo Magico (magical towns) by the Mexican government. More on Patzcuaro...

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  About Mexico What Mexico Has Given to the World including the Poinsettia
Poinsettia Mexico
Mexico has given the world so much. Certain contributions that Mexico has bestowed upon us may surprise you. The Poinsettia, chocolate and chewing gum are some of Mexico's many gifts.....
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