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Been There, Do This: Whale Museum in La Paz, Mexico

Been There, Do This: Whale Museum in La Paz, Mexico

The crystal-clear water off the coast of La Paz, Mexico, is home to a thriving ecosystem. To better learn about the healthy population of gray and blue whales, sea lions, whale sharks, sea turtles and other marine life that live off the coast of the Baja Peninsula, visitors to Mexico should carve some time out for a trip to the city’s brand-new whale museum.

Been There, Do This: Mercado Roma in Mexico City

Been There, Do This: Mercado Roma in Mexico City

During a recent visit to Mexico City, there were several times when I thought to myself: Wow, I wish we had a dining experience like this in Los Angeles. I was surprised to find many locations where the ambience impressed me as much as the food. One such place was Mercado Roma in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, considered by many to be Mexico City’s most “hipster” ‘hood.

Been There, Do This: Cheap Eats in Rosarito, Mexico

Been There, Do This: Cheap Eats in Rosarito, Mexico

If you aren’t looking carefully, you could easily pass Charly’s Place, a tiny eatery off the side of the Transpeninsular Highway in Rosarito, Mexico. Just a few miles from downtown, Charly’s is a simple, brightly decorated taqueria that offers delicious and inexpensive Baja-style Mexican food

Been There, Do This: Diego Rivera Murals in Mexico City

Been There, Do This: Diego Rivera Murals in Mexico City

Without a doubt, Mexico City is the place to learn about and fall in love with Diego Rivera’s art. His work is on display in some of the city’s most-visited sites, such as Palacio de Bellas Artes, Palacio Nacional and Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo.

Been There, Do This: Las Islitas Beach in San Blas, Mexico

Been There, Do This: Las Islitas Beach in San Blas, Mexico

There are plenty of reasons for travelers to stay put in Puerto Vallarta, from raucous bars to shiny all-inclusive resorts overlooking the Pacific. But those in search of a quieter scene with more locals than tourists might consider driving north about 100 miles to San Blas, a Spanish colonial town in Riviera Nayarit that’s rife with history and natural beauty.