Mexico Travel Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Duetto to Provide Revenue Strategy Solutions for Grupo Hotelero Santa FeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 3 | Freshnews

    Duetto, the market leader in hotel profit optimization technology, announced today that it will implement GameChanger, its Revenue Strategy solution, for Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe, one of Mexico's fastest-growing hotel chains, bringing new insights on pricing and demand to a dozen hotels encompassing more than 3,000 rooms under the Krystal Hoteles brand. Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe is known for superior locations, excellent guest service, high-quality facilities and outstanding guest technology at all its properties, including the newly renovated Krystal Grand Reforma Uno in central Mexico City.


  2. Tijuana condo boom: The new San Diego?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 30 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Jos Luis Corona didn't expect to move back to Mexico when he left for the United States 12 years ago, but that was until he saw the Horizonte luxury condominiums in Tijuana. The 54-year-old, originally from Mexico City, already owns a home in Chula Vista but decided about a year ago to get a $290,000 condo in Horizonte, which features a roof garden, gym, security and views overlooking the Club Campestre golf course and much of the city.


  3. Migratory birds try to find new shelters as chimneys come down in Oregon, WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 2 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    The moon is visible in the background as a multitude of migratory Vaux's Swifts flock to roost for the night inside a large, brick chimney at Chapman Elementary School in Portland, Ore., on Sept. 13. Migratory Vaux's Swifts are a blur as they race to roost for the night inside a large, brick chimney at Chapman Elementary School in Portland, Ore., on Sept.


  4. In Joint Venture, Skanska Books $307.3M to Build Light Rail in San DiegoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 2 | Mass Transit

    Skanska recently announced that Mid-Coast Transit Contractors - a joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog and Skanska - has been awarded a $921.8 million construction manager/general contractor contract from the San Diego Association of Governments to construct the Mid-Coast Trolley. Skanska USA Civil will include its $307.3 million portion of the contract in its Q3 2016 order bookings.


  5. $100 golden donut among Filipino delights at Kultura in Logan SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 2 | WGN-TV Chicago

    Chef Bjorn DelaCruz of New York's Manila Social Club is the creator of one of the festival's biggest talkers: the Cristal Ube Golden Donut. Each handmade donut takes 90 minutes to make, and includes ingredients like Ube, a sweet purple yam found in the Philippines, Cristal and 24K gold leaf.


  6. Klinsmann opens U.S. camp of second chancesRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 2 | Soccer America

    U.S. men's national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has decided to shake up his roster, at least for Friday's match against Cuba in Havana. Many familiar faces -- including veteran goalkeepers Tim Howard and Brad Guzan -- were not called in for the Cuba camp.


  7. Chimneys decline on migratory path, leave birds in lurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 2 | NWAonline

    A crowd of several hundred people gathered in the growing darkness outside Chapman Elementary School in Portland, Ore., before the first Vaux's swift darted into view high above. Minutes later, thousands of the tiny birds were swooping and swirling like a cloud of pulsating black ink as they circled a tall brick chimney silhouetted by the fading light.


  8. Tourist dive to visit Underwater Art Museum in resort city of CancunRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 1 | Xinhuanet

    Tourists dive to visit the Underwater Art Museum (MUSA) in the resort city of Cancun, Quintana Roo state, Mexico on Sept. 30, 2016. MUSA is created in waters of the Mexican Caribbean and believed to be the biggest underwater museum of contemporary art in the world. (Xinhua/Mauricio Collado)


  9. U.S. fence lets people look, not touchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | NWAonline

    Andres Gallegos Arguello stood on the American side of a metallic mesh fence in Friendship Circle between San Diego and Tijuana. His mother and father stood on the other side.


  10. Touching hearts and souls through songRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 24 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    She's been singing for at least as long as she could talk, but Kathleen Hansen didn't see herself growing up to become a chorus director. She was teaching band to high school kids and has been playing trumpet herself since she was in the eighth grade, but a singing career seemed to be pursuing her.


  11. New migration: Haitians carve a dangerous 7,000-mile path to the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 24 | The Miami Herald

    In this Jan. 13, 2015 photo, migrants, most of them from Haiti, look at job postings at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church which helps recently arrived migrants find work in Sao Paulo, Brazil. But now there are fewer jobs in Brazil than there are Haitians looking for work, sending Haitians on a new path over land to the U.S. Haitian immigrants stand outside a shelter at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church in hopes of finding work in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Thursday, April 24, 2014.


  12. Consultant billed resort stay, limo, to charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    An out-of-state consultant working for a county social-services provider billed the charity for limousines, first-class airline tickets and repeated $400-a-night stays at a Coronado resort and spa, records show. Joseph Naughton-Travers was a consultant to Pennsylvania marketing and management consultancy Open Minds, which did work for county contractor Mental Health Systems.


  13. Haitians gathered in Tijuana awaiting entry to U.S. now face likely deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Los Angeles Times

    In June, Haitian women hoping to enter the U.S. wait at a shelter for migrants in Tijuana. Hundreds of Haitians in Tijuana preparing to present themselves to U.S. officials at the San Ysidro Port of Entry face an unpleasant surprise: the probability of detention - and eventual deportation to their impoverished country - under a new policy by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security .


  14. US Treasury's Lew to Push Reform Benefits on Latin America TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Voice of America

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will urge his counterparts in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico next week to press ahead with economic and fiscal reforms aimed at restoring or strengthening growth, a senior Treasury official said on Friday. Lew will be visiting the four largest Latin American economies Sept.


  15. The Evolution Of All-InclusivesRead the original story

    Sep 23, 2016 | Hotel Interactive

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  16. San Diego International Film Festival to offer diverse selection for viewersRead the original story

    Sep 23, 2016 | Star News

    The upcoming San Diego International Film Festival offers something for every taste, with programming running from comedic farce to satire, from political intrigue to crime dramas. This year's festival runs Wednesday, Sept.


  17. Former hospital reborn as large language schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Education First has opened in the old Cabrillo Hospital building in the Midway District. The school serves international students from around the world learning English PHOTO/JOHN GIBBINS, Staff photographer, San Diego Union-Tribune) copyright 2016 Education First has opened in the old Cabrillo Hospital building in the Midway District.


  18. Lovely! :D aRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2016 | BlogHer

    Thrill of the Hunt hosted our very first dog scavenger hunt in San Diego, California on Saturday, September 10, 2016. This was our first public scavenger hunt on the west coast.


  19. Baxter International Foundation launches health initiative in Mexico CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Daily Herald

    Driving Your Health, a mobile health program that deploys medical teams to communities in Mexico City with limited access to health services, was launched by The Baxter International Foundation and the global humanitarian organization Direct Relief. As part of the Driving Your Health initiative, pediatric cancer patients and their caregivers can access transportation to appointments and treatments at cancer hospitals in Mexico City.


  20. Runnin' with Rani: Patricio to tackle IRONMANRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | West Hawaii Today

    As a young Patrick Mitchell sat with his buddies in Tug's Tavern, a famous San Diego restaurant and bar owned by 1979 IRONMAN World Champion, Tom Warren, a dramatic moment being played on television caught his attention. "I remember being in my 20s and watching my first IRONMAN on this old television they had in there," Mitchell said.