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Visit Mexico’s oldest and largest beach resort destination, Acapulco! Just 190 miles south Mexico City, the city’s resort area is divided into 2 sections — the north end of the bay, where Hollywood stars and millionaires vacationed in the 1950s, and the south end, an area dominated by luxury high-rise hotels.  Acapulco is a popular port of call for shipping and cruise lines running between Panama and San Francisco, CA.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    Considering Acapulco? Then you must consider staying at the Banyan Tree Cabo Marques. With a range of villa choices offering dramatic clifftop ocean views, this top-rated hotel is simply magnificent. No need to even leave the property — just sit back and enjoy all the relaxing amenities, scenic beauty and romantic setting of this earthly paradise.

  2. BenniGholami says:

    I have heard from friends and family regarding Mexico being a really beautiful place to move to. It started when we were scouting around for a property for sale around the neighbourhood and we started talking about future plans that include retirement plans as well. We wanted a change and escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and indulge in nature works which is definitely more rewarding. After looking at photos of the city, I think it could be well worth a try after all.

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