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  1. 1.  Mexico is bordered by the United States to the north and Belize and Guatemala to the southeast. Mexico is about one-fifth the size of the United States. Baja California in the west is an 800-mile (1,287-km) peninsula that forms the Gulf of California. In the east are the Gulf of Mexico and the Bay of Campeche, which is formed by Mexico's other peninsula, the Yucatán. The center of Mexico is a great, high plateau, open to the north, with mountain chains on the east and west and with ocean-front lowlands beyond.
  2. 2.  President: Enrique Peña Nieto (2012)  Land area: 742,485 sq mi (1,923,039 sq km); total area: 761,602 sq mi (1,972,550 sq km)  Population (2010 est.): 112,468,855 (growth rate: 1.1%); birth rate: 19.4/1000; infant mortality rate: 17.8/1000; life expectancy: 76.2; density per sq km: 57  Mexico City, 19,013,000 (metro. area), 8,591,309 (city proper)  Other large cities: Ecatepec, 1,731,900 (part of Mexico City metro. area); Guadalajara, 1,665,800; Puebla, 1,345,500; Nezahualcóyotl, 1,250,700 (part of Mexico City metro. area); Monterrey, 1,135,000  Monetary unit: Mexican peso Facts & Figures
  3. 3.  Mexico City offers a wide variety of restaurants where you can enjoy delicious national cuisine, such as sopas, guisados, tacos and antojitos (which are a fusion of indigenous and Spanish culinary traditions). The city is also well known for its gourmet and international fare. In restaurants with many years of tradition, such as the Hacienda de Los Morales, the San Angel Inn, and El Arroyo, you can try a wide array of soups, entrees and desserts.
  4. 4.  The Mexican Peso  Mexico's currency is the Mexican Peso. There are one hundred Mexican cents to every Peso.  The symbol for the the Mexican Peso is $. To distingush this from the Dollar, you sometimes see it presented as MX$ or e.g. $100 MN. The MN stands for Moneda Nacional, or National Currency.  Mexican Bank notes are printed in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Pesos. The most commonly used are the 50, 100 and 200 Peso notes.
  5. 5.  Spanish is Mexico's official language. Mexican Spanish is polite, clear and easy to understand by Latin American standards. The speed at which the language is spoken is not as accelerated as it is Spain and some South American countries and pronunciation is softer, making the language easier to 'pick-up' and easier to learn.
  6. 6.  GETTING FROM THE AIRPORT TO YOUR HOTEL:  Taxis are regulated and passengers should pay in advance at the taxi counter in Arrivals. Taxi fare from the airport to the Meeting venue and nearby hotels should be approximately 127 Pesos. Use only the clearly marked “AUTHORISED TAXI”service. These cars are white and yellow with black airplane stickers on the doors. A drawing of a car on the ticket will tell you what type of car the ticket is valid for. It is not recommended to walk outside the airport terminal in search of cheaper taxi service unless you have pre-arranged your service. Do not use the Green and White taxis.
  7. 7.  ARCHAEOLOGY - In Mexico City you can find archaeological ruins of the Mexica culture (more commonly known as the Aztec culture). At these places, and in their museums, you can learn more about the mysteries of the Aztecs´ cosmo-vision and their customs, some of which persist in the capital today: Templo mayor, Tlatelolco, Cuicuilco.  CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE - Mexico City is full of history and it has been the center point of a nation in constant growth, as evidenced in the modern architecture seen in the present-day capital. To fully appreciate this, you can visit the areas that are considered the most representative in contemporary architecture.  HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURE - Mexico City’s Historic Center is the oldest part of the capital and it has many architectural treasures that are appreciated in Mexico and throughout the world. As you walk around the downtown area, you’ll find excellent examples of classical and colonial architecture. Many of the buildings are shrouded in magic and legend and the area has such an impressive architectural offering that the UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site.
  8. 8.  ARTS AND CRAFTS - In Mexico City you’ll find crafts from any state in the nation: gold and silver jewelry, textiles, leather products, such as belts and purses, and wooden toys (spin tops, yo-yos and Mexican baleros). You’ll also see a wide selection of furniture made from various materials that require different techniques. These are just some of the arts and crafts that you can buy in markets such as the Ciudadela and the Centro Artesenal Buenavista.  MUSEUMS - Mexico City has more museums than just about any other tourist destination in the world. Many are worth visiting for their architecture as well as their cultural offerings, which include art exhibits and history displays.  RELIGION AND MYSTICISM - Mexico City is one of the world’s capitals with the highest number of Catholic adherents, which comes as a result of colonial influences in religion, which are very much embedded in present-day religious practices. Among the most important religious celebrations are: the pilgrimage to the Basilica of Guadalupe.
  9. 9.  Hotel  Quality Inn Mx City Torre Lindavista Hotel Avenida Miguel Bernard , Mexico City, Mexico Hotel  Location : Gustavo A. Madero  Rooms : 124  The Quality Inn MX City Torre Lindavista is conveniently located just minutes from many historic landmarks, points of interest and attractions, including Chapultepec Park and the Shrine of Guadalupe. Business travellers will appreciate the hotel’s proximity to Tlalnepantla, Ecatepec and Xalostoc commercial hubs. COP 84,857
  10. 10.  Travelling Slow is Cheaper  Travelling Slow Allows You To Know The Places and People Better  Travel Slow and Learn New Skills  Travel Slow and Get Some Vital Rest
  11. 11.  Travelling Slow Means It Takes a Long Time To Get Anywhere  Fast Travel is Overwhelming and Tiresome  Fast Travel Only Skims the Surface of a Place
  12. 12.  to my would like to travel to Mexico is a country that has many sights to visit, I love their food and its history, I want to know about their ancestors and traditions, it is a place where I can communicate in their language being Spanish and Latin Americans have many things like in our culture, its people seems very funny It has a currency of easy budget and variety of hotels
  13. 13.  IN CONCLUSION  Mexico has many tourist places  Mexico is one country economic to visit  Mexico has wide variety of exotic food  Mexico has many story to tell to the world  Mexico and Colombia have some things in common
  14. 14.  Wide : amplio  Jewelry: joyas  Birth rate : tasa de natalidad  Proper: correcto  Commonly : comúnmente  Downtown : centro de la cuidad  Venue: lugar  Cheaper: mas barato  Slow: lento  Skims: espumas
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