If there’s something we try to do, it’s pay attention. Really. Lately, many writers have mentioned how tired they are of receiving irrelevant, generalized or simply boring press releases. We don’t want to do that.
Our hotels are interesting. They have great stories. They’re also quite photogenic. We have good Mexico news for you. And we have lots. We just want you to know that we’re available if you have questions, a tight deadline, a mission to find something original or even just need to fact check.
We do send out news once in a while. You may be on our list. If you’re not and would like to be, please email us and let us know.
We’re happy to send images, insider info (not published on this site or anywhere else), recommendations and even help set-up interviews.
Thank you for taking notice. And thanks to all of you that have included us, one way or another, over the years.
Puebla brings history, art and food together
A light drizzle started to fall just as my daughter and I stepped on to the narrow cobblestoned Callejón de los Sapos (Alley of the Toads). We ducked into the tiny folk art shop next to us to stay dry, and gazed at the impossibly vast array of wares on its narrow walls. A...leer mas
A Vintage Stay in México
Many North Americans have never wandered beyond Mexico’s beautiful coastline. Yes, both coasts of this country offer beaches that are spellbinding, so there’s good reason that travelers stick to those stunning seaside destinations, but Mexico offers so much more than grand ocean breeze-swept getaways. There are ethereal colonial cities sprinkled throughout this multifaceted destination...leer mas
Mexi – Go! Rancho Las Cruces
TENNIS ANYONE? HEAD BACK TO A SIMPLER IN THIS HISTORIC LUXURY RESORT A compound reminiscent of the Fifties, straight from the pages of a vintage Vanity Fair, this members-only resort is a mixture of old money, family connections and Spanish history. About thirty minutes from La Paz, Baja California Sur, it said that at...leer mas