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Feb 08, 2011
Puerto Vallarta is a top vacation destination in Mexico with direct flights from 18 international destinations and served by 26 airlines.

Feb 05, 2011
The tongue-in-cheek commercial portrays a reservations clerk as a secret agent with the mission to help travelers avoid the horrors of "package travel". Shot as a parody of an international intelligence agency, with foreign accent and all.

Feb 02, 2011
4-day Valentine;s weekend escape San Francisco to Puerto Vallarta from $509 per person air+hotel. Your choice of 4-star resorts including Playa Del Sol Costa Sur Villa Del Palmar, Ocean Breeze, or Paradise Village. Act now before it's too late!

Jan 29, 2011
4-day Valentine;s weekend escape Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta from $395 flight+hotel Playa Del Sol Costa Sur A Howard Johnson Hotel $450 per person air+hotel Villa Del Palmar Beach Resort $484 per person air+hotel Pick your own flight schedule..

Jan 23, 2011
Fly to Puerto Vallarta (PVR) before March 30 for US$364 round trip (including fees and taxes).

Jan 07, 2011
Mexicana Airlines, which suspended all flights in August 2010 under bankruptcy proceedings, will return to Puerto Vallarta's sky in May 2011.

Dec 29, 2010
Mexico’s mint issued new 2010 commemorative banknotes in honor of the 100 years since the Mexican Revolution and 200 years since the Mexican War of Independence. These bills are about to become post-issue banknotes increasing their numismatic value

Dec 05, 2010
Mexico qualifies to the 2011 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup taking place In Rome, Italy. Find out who else made it and which teams were left behind during the CONCACAF Beach Soccer World Cup Qualifiers.

Dec 01, 2010
Altinha is a beach soccer sensation that started in Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, famous for Tom Jobim’s song, and is now spreading throughout the world. Watch our video of an Altinha demonstration and learn about this fantastic new sport.

Nov 28, 2010
Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI) released preliminary 2010 census results. Mexico grew 8.8% from 103.2 million to 112.3 million people during the last five years.

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