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It is expected that the population will grow more rapidly as a result of the troop increase at Ft. Bliss in the coming years. The area is located north of Interstate 10, east of Airway Blvd. It is the largest and fastest growing area of town with a population of over , It includes the ZIP Code, which was considered in as the most populous in the nation with over , people.


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East El Paso is noted also for its ridges and cliffs which offer desirable views of the lower valley, the Franklin Mountains and downtown El Paso. It also possesses the greatest number of entertainment venues in the city. Formerly known as the lower valley, it includes part of Eastside and all lower valley districts. It is the third largest area of the city, behind east El Paso and central El Paso.

Hawkins Road and Interstate 10 border the Mission Valley. In the Isleta Pueblo tribe revolted against the Spaniards who were pushed south to what is now El Paso. Some Spaniards and tribe members settled here permanently. Soon afterward, three Spanish missions were built; they remain standing, currently functioning as churches: On April 30, , the northward-bound Spanish conquistadors crossed large sand dunes about 27 miles south of present-day downtown El Paso. It is said that the expeditionaries and their horses ran toward the river, and two horses drank themselves to death.

This was the first documented and true Thanksgiving in North America. The Tigua pronounced Tiwa is one of three Indian tribes in Texas whose sovereignty is recognized by the United States government. Ysleta is spelled with a "Y" because 19th-century script did not differentiate between a capital "Y" and a capital "I. El Paso is surrounded by many cities and communities in both Texas and New Mexico. The tower did use a design of the United States flag during the July 4 holidays, as well as the American hostage crisis of , and was lit continuously following the September 11 attacks in until around The tower is now only lit during the holiday months, or when special events take place in the city.

As of U. The population density was 2, There were , housing units at an average density of Ethnically, the city was: There were , households in , out of which The average household size was 3. In the city, the population was distributed as The median age was 31 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were El Paso has a diversified economy focused primarily within international trade , military, government civil service, oil and gas , health care, tourism and service sectors. Cotton, fruit, vegetables, and livestock are also produced in the area.

El Paso has added a significant manufacturing sector with items and goods produced that include petroleum, metals, medical devices, plastics, machinery, defense-related goods and automotive parts. The city is the second busiest international crossing point in the U. It is a Western Refining subsidiary which owns, operates, develops, and acquires terminals, storage tanks, pipelines, and other logistics assets. The list of the largest Hispanic owned businesses includes companies like Fred Loya Insurance , a Hispanic company and the 18th largest Hispanic business in the nation.

In addition to the military, the federal government has a strong presence in El Paso to manage its status and unique issues as an important border region. Call center operations employ more than 10, people in the area. Education is also a driving force in El Paso's economy. El Paso's three large school districts are among the largest employers in the area, employing more than 20, people among them. Amigo Airsho is one of El Paso's premier events, and is ranked as one of the top ten air shows in the country.

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The show is filled with air entertainment and ground activities. Acts include the Franklin's Flying Circus, where performers walk on the wings of an airborne plane. Ground activities include the Jet Powered School Bus. Participants are encouraged to ride the river and float the Rio Grande with family and friends. The organizers encourage the building of unique rafts that will get you down the river with prizes and trophies awarded for the most points earned, best looking crew, and best decorated raft. The race starts at the Vinton bridge and ends three miles downstream at the Canutillo bridge.

Consistently ranked as one of the top 50 shows in the country by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association , this charitable event is a true celebration of western culture and heritage. Fiesta de las Flores is the oldest Hispanic Festival in the Southwest. The three-day Fiesta is held each year during the Labor Day weekend and emphasizes El Paso's Hispanic heritage and culture.

The Fiesta is also well known for the authentic regional cuisine, arts and craft wares, games, and services available for the enjoyment of all segments of the attendees. Over 80 booths, sponsored by local vendors and nonprofit organizations create the Hispanic ambience and culture. The El Paso Balloonfest is an annual event celebrated on Memorial Day weekend and is self described as "3 days of hot air balloons filling the El Paso skies, 3 afternoons of concerts and fun in the sun at Wet N' Wild Waterworld in Anthony , Texas. After the balloons launch, visitors have a weekend of water rides, swimming, concerts, and grilling.

The concert aspect of the event features local bands, starting at noon, and different headlining artists in the afternoon. The outdoor concert series, started in , is held annually at the Chamizal National Memorial and draws over 60, attendees. It features local and international performers with musical genres ranging from Classical, Country, Tejano, rock and others.

The evening concerts are showcased every Sunday afternoon and start in early June and end in the middle of August. The only El Paso musical festival not held downtown; instead it is held at Ascarate Park. The Sun City Music Festival is a two-day event dubbed as the largest electronic dance music festival in Texas. The Texas Showdown Festival is an annual event celebrating musicians and tattoo artists under one roof.

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The outdoor musical extravaganza Viva! It is locally produced and chronicles the year history and cultural evolution of the El Paso region. El Paso has entertained local residents and out-of-town visitors for over 35 years. The El Paso Symphony was established in the s, it is the oldest performing arts organization in El Paso and the longest continuously running symphony orchestra in the state of Texas. Special events serve as outreach toward new audiences. Ballet was largely nonexistent in El Paso until the arrival of Ingeborg Heuser , a professional ballerina from Germany, in the s.

Heuser taught ballet at the University of Texas at El Paso for 47 years and founded the city's first professional ballet company, firstly known as Texas Western Civic Ballet and eventually as Ballet El Paso. With students from the youth ballet, Heuser staged her last Nutcracker in The youth company continues to perform the Nutcracker and other pre-professional pieces in and around the El Paso area.

The company provides the only platform for young ballet dancers to train and perform at such a level within the city since the folding of Ballet El Paso. El Paso City Ballet is a current professional ballet company in El Paso, providing local employment for professional dancers in the field of ballet. The company performs a variety of classical and contemporary works choreographed by Artistic Director Lisa Skaf and artists from the US and Latin America.

It hosts Broadway productions, musical concerts, individual performers and the annual Plaza Classic Film Festival. Its exterior resembles a sombrero and features a three-story glass main entrance. The theater's seating is in three levels. There is also a meeting room adjacent to the theater.

Events held at Chavez Theatre include concerts , Broadway shows, graduation ceremonies, performances of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, and other special events. In the canyon, McKelligon Canyon Amphitheatre is surrounded on three sides by canyon walls; the 1,seat amphitheater is used for concerts and special events, such as Viva! The El Paso Playhouse is a community theatre that provides entertainment and educational experiences to a diverse multicultural population through the high quality production of plays and theatrical events.

The Playhouse provides a venue for artists, technicians, patrons and community members to participate in the arts through regularly scheduled season productions, and holiday performances. The theatre presents 4 fully staged musicals each season and a fully staged student produced musical. The museum includes dioramas for school children which illustrate the culture and geology of the American Southwest, such as Hueco Tanks in El Paso County. It contains works of southwestern artists such as Tom Lea. El Paso is home to the Sun Bowl , the second oldest consecutive college football contest [] after the Rose Bowl.

Its first game was held in On September 18, , the city council voted to approve the demolition of the its city hall to make way for Southwest University Park , [] the new home of the El Paso Chihuahuas Triple-A team San Diego Padres affiliate ; it opened in The El Paso Marathon takes place annually since The El Paso Patriots played their last season in and are no longer an organization. El Paso will get a USL team starting in They will play at the Southwest University Park.

El Paso is home to the largest urban park in the nation. It is considered a small range 23 miles long, 3 miles 4. The park is open year-round for recreation including hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, scenic driving and views of the city. The tramway complex covers acres 0. The tramway was built in by KTSM radio to aid in the construction of a transmitter tower.

Wyler managed the project. First opening to the public as the El Paso Aerial Tramway, the facility provided rides from to , when high liability insurance costs forced the tram to stop public operations. The tram was only used to service the transmitter towers. Wyler donated the tramway for public use in his will. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department accepted the donation in and renovated and re-opened the tramway to the public in The park is popular for recreation such as birdwatching and bouldering, and is culturally and spiritually significant to many Native Americans.

This significance is partially manifested in the pictographs rock paintings that can be found throughout the region, many of which are thousands of years old. In any given climbing season, which generally lasts from October through March, it is common for climbers from across Europe, Asia, and Australia to visit the park.

Only North Mountain is accessible without guides, and then only for about 70 people at any given time. The park offers camping and showers for a small fee a day or, as is most popular for climbers, the nearby Hueco Rock Ranch offers camping where climbers can relax and socialize. The Chamizal National Memorial is a A museum detailing the history of the Mexico—U. The city is also home to municipal parks. The metro area has 16 golf courses including Butterfield Trail Golf Club, the only public premium daily fee Tom Fazio designed golf course in the state of Texas.

Next door in Dona Ana County there are the following golf courses:. The city government is officially nonpartisan. Mayors and city council members are elected for four year terms and may not be elected more than twice or serve for more than 10 years in their respective offices. Those elected in and will serve regular four-year terms.

The city operates under a council—manager form of government. Power is concentrated in the eight-member elected city council and mayor, who hire a manager to carry out its directives and oversee the delivery of public services. The current city manager is Tommy Gonzalez [] and the current mayor of El Paso is Dee Margo , who was elected to the office in The terms of Lizarraga, Noe, Ordaz, and Svarzbein will end in Noe has been on the council since , Ordaz since , Svarzbein since , and Annello, Hernandez, Lizarraga, Morgan, and Rivera since Due to the term limits clause of the city charter Noe is ineligible for reelection.

All other councilors and the mayor are eligible for reelection. Haggerty is a Republican, the other commissioners and the county judge are Democrats. He was previously Escobar's chief of staff. He will serve the remainder of her term, through the end of Haggerty and Stout were first elected to their positions in , and have been in office since A small sliver in the eastern part of the city is part of Texas's 23rd congressional district , represented by Republican Will Hurd.

The El Paso Community College serves most of the area as well as several technical schools and for profit schools. This community college is a part of the New Mexico State University system. Numerous accredited private preparatory schools also serve El Paso students. It consists of 12 branches, a bookmobile, a mobile computer classroom and a mobile outreach unit Kidsmobile. It also has multiple outreach services available. The paper was shut down in El Paso also has some weekly and niche magazines:. In fact, the city had only three English-speaking channels and two Spanish-language channels channel 2 and channel 5 from Juarez, and cable TV subscribers in the s and s could receive four Los Angeles independent channels: Over time, as more television stations signed on, more cable channels were added and those stations added network affiliations, the Los Angeles and San Antonio stations disappeared from the lineup.

University Medical Center is the only level I trauma center in the region. The hospital will be affiliated with the Texas Tech Paul L. Foster School of Medicine. In , El Paso was home to number 52, number 98, and number of the most congested roads in Texas, which are, respectively: The mode share for El Paso city commuters are The national average was 8. El Paso averaged 1. The Sun Metro Mass Transit System operates a system of medium- to large-capacity natural gas-powered buses all around the city of El Paso.

The first electrified line across the Rio Grande, which opened on January 11, , was preceded by a network that relied on animal labor. The system quickly spread into residential and industrial areas of El Paso. This resulted in the formation of El Paso City Lines, whose domestic streetcar lines were replaced by buses in In , Sun Metro was named the most outstanding public transit system of the year in all of North America for a mid-size transit system by the American Public Transportation Association.

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The legal driving age in Mexico is 16 with parental supervision and 18 without supervision.

Due to a government scheme in the early s to create infrastructure, the best roads are toll roads. Toll roads can be relatively costly MXN is common on longer trips but are much faster and better maintained. First-class buses generally travel by toll roads and the toll is obviously included in the ticket price.

In Major destinations such as Cancun, Puerto Vallarta or Los Cabos, there are some companies such as Olympus tours [14] offering private and shared transportation from airports and to the principal attractions. US vehicle insurance is not valid in Mexico, and while Mexican auto insurance is not required, it is highly recommended , as any minor accident could land you in jail without it.

When travelling on Mexican roads, especially near the borders with the United States and Guatemala, you'll probably encounter several checkpoints operated by the Mexican Army searching for illegal weapons and drugs. If you're coming from the United States, you may not be used to this, and it can be intimidating. However, these are rarely a problem for honest people. Simply do what the soldiers tell you to do, and treat them with respect. The best way to show respect when entering a checkpoint is to turn your music down, lift sunglasses from your face, and be prepared to roll your window down.

They should treat you with respect as well, and they usually do. If you are asked to unpack any part of your vehicle, do so without complaint. It's their right to make you completely unload in order for them to inspect your cargo. Tourists are often warned about travelling on roads at night. Although bandidos are rare in more metropolitan areas, err on the side of caution in more rural areas. The best bet is to drive during only daylight hours. Cattle, dogs, and other animals also can appear on the roadway unexpectedly, so if you do have to drive at night, be very cautious.

If possible, follow a bus or truck that seems to be driving safely. Car Rental Companies in Mexico are everywhere in the big cities and airports making it easy to get a rental car while travelling through Mexico. Some of the biggest car rental companies in Mexico are Sixt rent a car , Avis, Hertz, and several other big brand car rental companies. The Secretariat of Communication and Transport recently set up a new mapping tool similar to those in the US like Mapquest, its name is Traza Tu Ruta and is very helpful to find how to get to your destination using Mexico's roads.

It is in Spanish but can be used with basic knowledge of the language. Foreign drivers' licenses are recognized and recommended. Speeding tickets are common, and to ensure your presence at the hearing, the officer may choose to keep your license. He is within his rights to do so.

Beware though, police officers are known to keep driver's licenses until they are given a bribe. At petrol gas stations, make sure the pump is zeroed out before the attendant begins pumping your gas so that you don't end up paying more than you should. There is only one brand of gas station Pemex and prices are generally the same regardless of location, so don't bother shopping around. Good maps are invaluable and the Mexico maps included in "North American Road Atlas" books are worse than useless. The Guia Roji maps are particularly good.

Mexico is a large country and the low-cost revolution that started in following the break up of the CINTRA monopoly, which owned Mexicana and Aeromexico, in meant that fares were often ridiculously cheap during the first decade of the s if one booked in advance. Thanks to the Great Recession and soaring fuel prices, the bargain days are mostly gone.

Still, one can still find an occasional bargain by using a reliable notification service such as Kayak. Only Aeromexico's and Volaris's fares are currently syndicated on Kayak, Skyscanner and other similar sites. Always check the individual carrier's Web site to verify where they currently fly. If travelling by bus, be sure to take the express buses, if available they are called directo. Other buses often stop at many smaller stations along the way, making the trip a lot longer.

If you have experience with Greyhound buses in the US, you're in for a pleasant surprise. First class buses are usually direct routes and are the best option for most. These buses are comfortable, have washrooms and will generally show movies, which may or may not be English with Spanish subtitles. Second class buses may be very similar to 1st class just making more stops or in rural areas they may be essentially chicken buses polleros. The major bus companies offering these kind of services are:. Other destinations can be found on individual companies' websites see above.

Schedules for all Mexico are available at horariodebuses. Many Mexican bus companies offer significant discounts for purchasing in advance. For those looking to do so online, a Mexican credit card is often required. On the other hand if travelling within a city, you won't find a pleasant surprise. You will find one of the most chaotic public transport systems full of the popular "peseros". Unlike in many countries, bus stops are uncommon and you are expect to signal the bus to pick you up and drop you off wherever you want. You will rarely find a stop button in a pesero; just shout the word "baja" for it to stop.

Fares are cheap and vary from MXN approximately. Passenger trains are very limited in Mexico with only a few lines in operation in places like the Copper Canyon in the northern state of Chihuahua. That line is known as the Chihuahua Pacific Railway Chihuahua del Pacifico which pull out every morning from both ends of the line, one from Los Mochis on the Pacific coast, across from Baja California, and the other from Chihuahua in the east due south of El Paso, Texas. In the state of Jalisco there is also a line which travels from the state capital city of Guadalajara to the tequila distilleries north of Amititlan, as a tour of the distilleries then as a form of transportation , this is why this line is called the Tequila Express.

Mexico City and Monterrey have subway service, and it might be possible to hop aboard freight cars in some parts of the country if you happen to be an adventurer. Immigrants from poorer regions of Mexico and from Central America heading up to the US ride the freight trains too. One upside of the high petroleum prices is that hitching is beginning to be more common in Mexico again, particularly in the rural areas.

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In areas near big cities, hitching should be more difficult, and is not really advisable due to heightened risk. BlaBlaCar can make ridesharing easier and safer, but you are most likely to find rides from and to Mexico City. However, in village areas, this will be really possible and most likely a nice experience. Since villagers have always had a hard time affording gas, and nowadays many are turning to picking up paying hitchhikers as a way to afford the next trip into town. Baja, the Sierra Tarahumara and Oaxaca and Chiapas all have good possibilities for the hitchhiker.

Hitchhiking possibilities vary according to region. Mexican culture is often accepting of hitchhiking and it's a common practice among Mexican youngsters going to the beach in Easter vacations, though in some cases a money contribution is expected for gas because of its relatively high prices. You should make it clear that you have no money to offer before accepting the ride, if this is the case. If you're willing to pay, trucks will often provide lifts for about half the price of a bus ticket. Of course you may be able to negotiate a better deal.

Hitchhiking is considered fairly safe and easy in the Yucatan Peninsula. Mexico does not have an official language at federal national level. Mexico has 68 recognized languages, but Spanish is the main one. The other 67 are indigenous languages. Spanish is used by virtually the whole population and all public communications signs, documents, media, etc.

Bilingual signs in Spanish and English might be available in popular tourist destinations. English is understood by many in Mexico City as well as by some tourist workers in popular tourist places, but nevertheless, most Mexicans don't speak English. Educated Mexicans, especially younger ones, and professional businessmen are the people most likely to speak some English. Among clerks, policemen, and drivers especially the last group there is essentially no such thing as knowledge of foreign languages.

Mexico has one of the richest diversity of languages, with more of 60 indigenous languages spoken within the Mexican territory. These languages are spoken within the communities of these indigenous peoples, who are largely segregated from mainstream mestizo society. On the other hand, most of these communities are fluent in Spanish as well. Therefore learning any of these indigenous languages is not indispensable at all; quite the opposite, unexpected and will gain a lot of respect from these communities.

Coins are issued in 5, 10 steel , 20, 50 centavo brass; new centavo coins issued from on are steel and smaller in size and 1, 2, 5 steel ring, brass center , 10, 20, 50, and peso brass ring, steel or silver center denominations, but it's extremely rare to find coins valued at more than 10 pesos. The most recent MXN20 and MXN50 bills are made from polymer plastic, and there are several different series of all banknotes. Ten-peso notes exist, but are very rare. Since the local symbol for pesos is the same as for US dollars, which can be confusing, we use the standard MXN throughout our guides.

As of January , the exchange rate was continuing to hover around MXN US dollars are widely accepted in cities in the northern border zone and in tourist locales elsewhere. Euros are generally not accepted by merchants, and even banks headquartered in Europe may refuse to accept euros for exchange. On the other hand, most banks and exchange offices "casas de cambio" will widely accept them. If you have brought cash in US dollars or euro, the best places to change your money are at your arrival airport such as MEX and CUN , where many money exchanges are located already in the arrival hall where you can also compare some exchange rates and choose the most convenient.

Be sure to pass through customs and exit to the main arrival hall before looking for foreign exchange booths. Many Mexican airports including Cancun and Los Cabos have foreign exchange booths located at the baggage claim before customs, but those booths tend to offer poor exchange rates two or three pesos less than the going market rate. If you would like to wait until later to obtain Mexican currency, try not to change at your hotel, as the rates there tend to be extremely disadvantageous for tourists.

Often, you can find money exchanges at strategic places in most touristic destinations and near the hotel zones. The exchanges rates should not differ drastically from the ones at airport. If you are unfamiliar with Mexican money bills, coins , try to stick to official foreign exchange booths.

In several internationally popular beach destinations like Cancun and Los Cabos, local merchants are accustomed to US dollars and will often accept them as payment they even have dual-currency point-of-sale systems, complete with special cash drawers. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in Mexico. You can use them at ATMs as well as in most department stores, bigger restaurants, gas stations, but be sure that outside cities you always carry sufficient cash in pesos in your pocket, and generally verify the possibility to pay with card before consumption.

Smaller often family run businesses often accept only cash. Also, you cannot get a lower price if you haggle, unless you pay cash. While many Pemex stations accept credit cards, especially in locations that have heavy tourist traffic, some do not.

Travellers who intend to pay by credit card should always ask the attendant if their card is accepted before the attendant starts the gas pump. ATMs are ubiquitous and are often bilingual with English menus available. Other banks may have similar policies, check with your respective institution.

Ask your bank if they have an alliance with any Mexican banks and any benefits as a result. Otherwise, do not be surprised if exorbitant fees are imposed for each withdrawal; convenience and currency conversion fees by the ATM operator, followed by an out-of-network fee from your own bank. ATMs in smaller towns often run out of currency. Check with the bank or locals about the best time to use the ATM and never wait until the last minute to get cash. Merchants can be picky about the state of your paper money and may scrutinize it and reject anything with rips, tears, or other obvious signs of damage.

Try to keep it in as pristine condition as possible. Reputedly, this is more the case the farther south you go. In any case, you can present a bank with a damaged bill to get it exchanged for a higher-quality one. Merchants are often reluctant to make change in smaller towns. Try to avoid paying with overly large denominations; the best customer has exact change. In rural areas, your 'change' may consist of Chiclets or other small commodities.

Walmart, Sam's Club, and Costco also have many stores throughout the country. The most ubiquitous convenience store chain is Oxxo, which can be found on nearly every other block in major cities. Kiosks and 7-Eleven are also growing rapidly. Mexican cuisine can be described better as a collection of various regional cuisines rather than a standard list of dishes for the whole country.

Because of climate, geography and ethnic differences, we can classify Mexican cuisine broadly in 4 great categories according to the region:. Ask for the "platillo tipico" of the town, which is the local speciality that may not be found elsewhere, a variation, or the birthplace of a recipe, also consider that most of the recipes change from place to place, like tamales, in the south are made with the banana plant leaves, and in the Huasteca region tamales are very big, one is OK for a complete family.

Traditional Mexican food can often be very spicy; if you are not used to peppers, always ask if your food includes it. There are many food carts on the streets of Mexican cities and towns. Travelers are advised to eat from these carts with caution, as hygienic preparation practices are not always reliable. In doing so, you may or may not find some of the most unique and genuinely Mexican dishes you've ever had. From these vendors, you may find tacos, burgers, bread, roasted field corn or elote served with mayonnaise, or a light cream, and sprinkled with fresh white cheese, roasted sweet potato called camote, and almost any kind of food and service you would imagine.

You can measure the quality of food by popularity, do not eat on lonely places, even if they are restaurants or hotels. Consider that Mexicans eat their main meal in the middle of the afternoon around 3 o'clock , with breakfast or "almuerzo", a mid-morning affair after a very light something, like a small plate of fruit or a roll with coffee, in the very early morning.

Although, many mexicans have large breakfasts in the morning. Later, at night the meal varies from very light, such as commonly sweet rolls or breads, coffee or hot chocolate, to heavy dinner, such as pozole, tacos, tamales, etc. Schedule your meals accordingly and you will get a better perspective on the gauge of how busy popular a restaurant is. Tap water is potable, but generally not recommended for drinking. Some exaggerated people even claim that tap water is not good for brushing teeth.

Hotels usually give guests one large bottle of drinking water per room per night. Bottled water is also readily available in supermarkets and at tourist attractions. Another drink is called Chamaica it is Hibisicus juice. There are also several Mexican beers, most of which are available outside Mexico, these include:. Lighter Mexican beers are often served with lime and salt, though many Mexicans do not drink beer in this fashion. In some places you will find beer served as a prepared drink called "Michelada" or simply "Chelada".

The formula varies depending on the place, but it's usually beer mixed with lime juice and various sauces and spices on ice served in a salt rim glass. Other variation called "Cubana" includes Clamato cocktail, soybean sauce, salt and a little bit of hot sauce. Northwestern Mexico, especially Baja California and Sonora, is well-known for wine production.

Mexican wine is often quite good, but most Mexicans tend to prefer European or Chilean imports. The legal drinking age in Mexico is 18, but not strictly enforced. In many places, consumption of alcohol in public "open container" is illegal and usually punishable by a day in jail. Be aware of waitresses and barmen, especially at night clubs.

If you are not aware of your consumption and how much you already spent, they can add a few more drinks to your account. Some do this, not all. Sobriety checkpoints and breathalyzers are widespread in major cities and tourist hotspots. If drinking, always have a designated driver or take a taxi. Driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage will result in several days in jail.

Mexico, especially the southern state of Chiapas, produces excellent coffee. The most important Universities in Mexico are as follows: Murals in the main campus were painted by some of the most recognized artists in Mexican history, such as Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Anahuac Universidad Anahuac , a prestigious private institution sponsored by the Legion of Christ, which also belongs to the Anahuac University Network with campuses in Mexico, Chile, Spain, Italy and United Sates, and the Anahuac Educational Consortium, the elite elementary to high school institutions of the Semper Altius network and Oak Academies.

Education is based in high leadership, entrepreneurism and above all, the Human Values. Alumni include some of the highest ranked executives and company presidents of Mexico and Latin America, including the Slim family.