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Spain to be 6 million. The Secretariat of Communications and Transport of Mexico proposed a high-speed rail link http: arizonarepublic business articles 0106mextrain06.html http

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, Cancún, Reynosa, Ciudad Juárez, Veracruz, Monterrey, Culiacán, Morelia, Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Jalisco) and Mexico City. In 2006, the TV network Televisa, made a special television show in Acapulco to pay homage to José José's career. Singers like Manoella Torres, Francisco Céspedes, Dulce (Dulce (singer)) and Gualberto Castro performed several of José Jose's greatest hits. WikiPedia:Acapulco Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Guerrero Localities Acapulco Commons:Category:Acapulco

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and trade winds. The higher-latitude Westerlies trade winds and current from east to west at about 30-40 degrees latitude, was not known as a way across the Pacific ocean until Andrés de Urdaneta's voyage in the 40 ton ''San Lucas'' in 1565.

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and is the number two Mexican spring break destination among U.S. college students. Get in Many buses go from major cities (e.g. Mexico City) to Acapulco. Most buses are safe, fast and comfortable and usually not very expensive. Some bus lines offer student discounts. The Estrella de Oro bus line offers nonstop trips from Mexico City with service more like of First Class on an airline—roomy seats, ride attendants, snacks and drinks, and free movies (''The Lake House'' and ''Superman Returns

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external colonial challenges, especially from the British, Chinese pirates, Dutch, and Portuguese. Roman Catholic missionaries converted most of the lowland inhabitants to Christianity and founded schools, universities, and hospitals. In 1863 a Spanish decree introduced education, establishing public schooling in Spanish (Spanish language). WikiPedia:Acapulco Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Guerrero Localities Acapulco Commons:Category:Acapulco

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to show signs of organization about south of Acapulco, Mexico, and the system received its first Dvorak satellite classification. Over the next two days, the system moved generally west-northwestward as multiple low-level circulations developed within a broad area of low pressure. During this period, development of the disturbance was hindered by southerly shear from an upper-level trough to the west of the disturbance that caused the system to become elongated

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gunmen who stormed a beach house on the outskirts of Acapulco. Mexico Seeks Culprits in Rape of 6 Spaniards On 28 September 2014, A Mexican politician called Braulio Zaragoza was gunned down at the El Mirador hotel in the city, He was the leader of the conservative opposition National Action Party (National Action Party (Mexico)) (PAN) in southern Guerrero state, Several politicians have

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. "Jet set" resorts, invariably with white sand and salt water, were circumscribed by modern standards; Acapulco, Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas), and Huntington Hartford's new Paradise Island (opened in 1962) were taking the place of Bermuda. Meanwhile, Cannes, St. Tropez, Marbella, Portofino, "Portofino has long been fashionable with what we once called 'the jet set'." ref>


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The city is best known as one of Mexico's oldest and most well-known beach resorts, which came into prominence in the 1950s as a getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires. Lee Stacy. ''Mexico and the United States''. New York: Marshall Cavendish Publishing, 2003. p. 954 (p. 16). ISBN 978-07-61-47403-6. Arleen Alleman. ''Currents of vengeance : a Darcy Farthing novel''. Xlibris Corp Publishing, 2011. p. 292 (p. 118). ISBN 978-14-65-33577-7. Vacation Magazine

The name "Acapulco" comes from Nahuatl language ''Aca-pōl-co'', and means "where the reeds were destroyed or washed away". The "de Juárez" was added to the official name in 1885 to honor Benito Juárez, former President of Mexico (1806–1872). The seal for the city shows broken reeds or cane.

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