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things to see in Mexico

 
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I am interested to know about which things to see in Mexico because I wanna go there with my family and interested to know about its major attractions name and little about its people. Is there someone who is from Mexico can share his/her knowledge about it.
 
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Cancun Kintanaroo is wet jungle. Hacienda Santa Rosa has a nice botanical garden. Where I live in Puebla there are pyramids churches haciendas but no coast.
 
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Howdy, Jeff! I have an upcoming trip to Puebla and was doing a little searching on plant/garden-related things to see while there, so I was excited to find this post. Are there any such sites you'd recommend?
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