Acapulco Travel Articles

 
Acapulco City Tour on a Tour By Van with Tour Guide Rodolfo Rudy Fregoso
Acapulco City Tour on a Tour By Van with Tour Guide Rodolfo Rudy Fregoso Johana Preysler-Jones took a van tour of Acapulco that she recommends very highly to anyone.
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A Little Taste of How the Upper Ex-pats Live in Mexico… – Acapulco, Mexico
Anna Gurney sees how the "other half" lives in Mexico - and she's not sure she likes everything she sees.
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Acapulco News – Mexico
Acapulco News – Mexico Jojo Jones offers brief updates on what is going
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The Acapulco Travel Guide – A Shopping Tour of Acapulco – Acapulco, Mexico
Wylie Jordan points out the best shopping in Acapu
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A Shopping Tour of Acapulco – Acapulco, Mexico
A Shopping Tour of Acapulco Acapulco, Mexico The street running from Fort San Diego to the Zócalo runs parallel to the Costera, and is named for General Morelos. It crosses only one street, Juan R. Escudero, which after a few blocks becomes Cuauhtémoc, Acapulco's principal business strip. If you walk north on Escudero, away from […]
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Tour of Old Acapulco – Acapulco, Mexico
A Walking Tour of Old Acapulco Acapulco, Mexico PART I: Fort San Diego to the Zócalo If you take a taxi to Fort San Diego, you'll get out in the parking lot. If you go by bus, ask the driver to let you off at the Fort San Diego stop, and you'll climb a big […]
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Acapulco Travel Guide – Restaurants
Acapulco Travel Guide – Restaurants Luxury The consensus is that Madeira’s, Baikal and Kookaburra, on the hillside in Las Brisas, are among the best restaurants in town. Le Jardin des Artiste, across from the Continental Hotel, has also had good reports. El Olvido, on Diana Circle, is set on a terrace just above the beach, […]
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Sightseeing – Acapulco, Mexico
Acapulco, Mexico – June 2004 The rainy season ordinarily begins in June and runs through September, so there are relatively few tourists and prices are low. During the season it rains occasionally during the day and more often at night – when the temperature drops into the 70's. Afternoon temperatures range about 90°F, so the […]
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Acapulco Travel Guide – Events
Acapulco Travel Guide – Events By Wylie Jordan November We have a beach, Bonfil, on the other side of the airport from the city of Acapulco. Gigantic (and fairly dangerous) waves are common, and that’s where the local surfers go – I don’t think the tourists have any idea where it is, and it isn’t […]
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Acapulco Travel Guide – Accommmodation
Indie Rating – Rate It BUDGET $– per day What is Indie Travel? My indie travel rating for : Your daily travel Costs (Optional) –$5$10$15$20$25$30$35$40$45$50$55$60$65$70$75$80$85$90$95$100$105$110$115$120$125$130$135$140$145$150$155$160$165$170$175$180$185$190$195$200USD Approx, excluding flights Rate Acapulco Travel Guide – Accommodation Hotels in Acapulco Here are some economical hotels in Acapulco. There are, of course, hundreds of others because tourism is Acapulco's […]
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