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Mexico It seems pretty comprehensive The section on Baja and Los Cabos gave me several good ideas. Pretty informative in the places it covers but too biassed and too many places missing I don t think LP guides should include information on hotels and restaurants any, at least not for major cities and big towns where there are a lot of options and often those recommend by LP aren t the best. Sensuous And Seductive, Mexico S Rich Cultural Traditions And Raw, Untamed Natural Beauty Transcend The Ages Trample Through Jungles And High Plains Deserts, Explore Ancient Rites At Mysterious Maya And Aztec Ruins, Or Simply Stretch Out On A Honey Kissed Beach Until Manana Comes Find Your Own Querido Mexico With This Informed, Comprehensive Guide X Marks The Spot The Secrets Of The Olmec, Toltec And Are At Your Fingertips Indiana Jones Would Be Proud Gather No Moss Roll Into Adventure With Comprehensive Activity Listings And Than 180 Maps The Hammock Also Rises Spend A Day, A Month Or A Lifetime Checking Out Mexico S Secret Beach Spots Top Local Tips Get You Closer To The Sandy Solitude Of Mexico S Lost Coasts Ramblin Gourmets Discover La Nueva Cocina Mexicana Or Simply Chow Down On Fish Tacos With Our Informed Food Reviews. The guide is okay used it to explore Mexico City, Tiotihuacan, Puebla, Oaxaca City, Monte Alban, Tiotitlan del Valle, and Benito Juarez Good for the city and attractions Not very useful for hotel lodging information online resources areuseful for that Would recommend reading to plan your itinerary b LP s books are generally my go to travel guides This one on Mexico was good, but not great for info on the state of Oaxaca If your looking for a region specific book you are better off going with a Moon Handbook. Exactly what you expect from a Lonely Planet, which is great, but Mexico is such a big country that unfortunately a lot is left out I am surprised that LP doesn t haveregional guides for Mexico If they had had one for Central or Western Mexico that included Guadalajara, that would be ideal. pretty bland, ugh. Never leave home without the Lonely Planet This book was pretty informative and was what turned us on to the state of Michoacan in general and to Moralia in particular, for which I will always be grateful There were some great food recommendations like La Inmaculada and Churros Rellenos Hotel info was so so, some of the places were definitely not as advertised especially when it came to connectivity Also there were a few epicly bad sets of directions the path to the waterfall ended at what looked like a place for dumping bodies and a This book was pretty informative and was what turned us on to the state of Michoacan in general and to Moralia in particular, for which I will always be grateful There were some great food recommendations like La Inmaculada and Churros Rellenos Hotel info was so so, some of the places were definitely not as advertised especially when it came to connectivity Also there were a few epicly bad sets of directions the path to the As always, Lonely Planet provides great recommendations making travel a virtual no brainer I was able to easily find clean hotels to stay in in Oaxaca city and Puerto Escondido, as well as websites to make reservations for bus trip from Mexico City t


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