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Posted on: October 09, 2008 at 6:26PM

This is small-town colonial Mexico at its best! A short plane ride from Dallas and private car will meet you for the 45 drive to any of several homey inns in the midst of cobbled streets, arts and native crafts, marvelous restaurants, music from jazz to klezmer (you thought Mexico only has "Mexican" music?!) and much more. Warm welcome for English-speaking visitors, great bargains still for the U.S. dollar (where else can you say that?). It's a wonderful place to kick back. report a problem

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