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501 Spanish Verbs - Christopher Kendris

Spanish verbs fully conjugated in all the tenses in a new easy to learn format


Mexico Living and Travel - Jean Bryant

This fact filled "how to-where to" book written by United States retirees gives essential information for living and travel in Mexico, with special emphasis on the Guadalajara/Lake Chapala area, the most popular for retirees. The authors have lived in Guadalajara for many years, and write from firsthand experience, having traveled extensively to most of the popular retirement areas and coastal cities that are ideal for "snow birds".


The Empress of Farewells: The Story of Charlotte, Empress of Mexico - Prince Michael of Greece

Learn about Mexico's former empress' love affair with Archduke Maximilian of Austria and the tumultuous diplomacy that ensued in the Napoleonic Era.


The Reader's Companion to Mexico - Alan Ryan

Various authors compile their travel stories about Mexico for one personalized travel guide.


The Heart of the Sky: Travels Among the Maya - Peter Canby

Author Peter Canby presents fascinating research and reports about how the indigenous Maya of Mexico responded to the Zapatista rebellion and implementation of NAFTA in the 1990s.


Born to Run - Christopher McDougall

A hidden tribe, super athletes, and the greatest race the world has never seen


Retiring to Mexico - Len Friedman

Forty years of first-hand knowledge, written in an unforgettable style, packed into this single volume.


The Great Deception - James Monahan

The inside story of how the Kremlin took over Cuba


Abraham Lincoln y México - Michael Hogan

Un relato de valentía, intriga y amistade improbables


Benito Juarez y Cuba - Adalberto Santana, Sergio Guerra Vilaboy

En la obra se advierte un especial énfasis en el proceso de la reforma liberal mexicana y en la epopeya de la liberación nacional contra el colonialismo francés.


Backcountry Mexico: a Traveler's Guide and Phrase Book - Bob Burleson, David H. Riskind

If you've always longed to strike out through the open country of northern Mexico armed with frying pan and bedroll, then this guide to the people, culture, folkways, landscape, and language of rural Mexico is for you. Out of twenty years of travel in backcountry Mexico, authors Bob Burleson and David Riskind have produced perhaps the most practical and accurate guide available for the unconventional tourist-the man or woman who prefers to get off the beaten path by foot, burro, mule, canoe, raft, or vehicle.Going well beyond the usual tourist guidebook entries, Backcountry Mexico will help you hire a guide and burro, navigate rural roads and trails, and communicate with the friendly and, sometimes, unfriendly folks you are likely to meet in a rural setting.In addition to English-Spanish and Spanish-English vocabulary lists containing both standard words and numerous terms relating to people, conditions, land, and situations not ordinarily encountered in tourists' lists, the authors have provided literally hundreds of helpful phrases and short conversations in easy-to-use sections arranged according to topics.


The Easy Guide to Merida Yucatan - Richard Bloomgarden

The Easy Guide to Merida Yucatan and nearby archeological zones.


Latin America: The Development of its Civilization - Helen Miller Bailey & Abraham P. Nasatir

This is a reflection and understanding of the social, cultural and political factors of Latin America as the have become a matter of importance for the changing policies in the US.


Evolucion Urbana de Queretaro 1531-2005 - Carlos Arvizu Garcia

A través de las páginas del libro Evolución Urbana de Querétaro, 1531-2005 se podrá recrear el tránsito de la ciudad a lo largo de los siglos, la función que ha desempeñado en las diferentes etapas de la historia de México, y los esfuerzos de generaciones completas de queretanos por construir la ciudad que hoy es.


San Miguel de Allende - Robert Somerlott

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico.


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