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Mexicasa

The Enchanting Inns and Haciendas of Mexico

By Melba Levick,Texts by Gina Hyams

9-5/8 x 10 in; 176 pp;
Paperback
December 2001
ISBN 9780811828062
ISBN10 0811828069

SKU# 9780811828062

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Perched on a rugged coastline, set in verdant ranch land, or tucked away in a picturesque colonial town, the magnificent inns and haciendas of Mexico spring to life in the pages of Mexicasa. Historically and culturally important, these living museums cont...
Mexicasa


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Mexicasa

Perched on a rugged coastline, set in verdant ranch land, or tucked away in a picturesque colonial town, the magnificent inns and haciendas of Mexico spring to life in the pages of Mexicasa. Historically and culturally important, these living museums contain wondrous collections of Mexican arts and crafts as well as enchanting gardens and courtyards. Acclaimed photographer Melba Levick captures the stunning architecture and colorful folk art that draws admirers from all over the world, while author Gina Hyams reveals the tradition and unique story behind each retreat. An extensive directory listing the contact information for each of the 21 featured inns makes this an indispensible resource book as well as a celebration of the spirit of Mexico.

 

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9-5/8 x 10 in; 176 pp;
Paperback
December 2001
ISBN 9780811828062
ISBN10 0811828069
Melba Levick has published more than 40 photography books on travel, architecture, and design, including Mexicolor (0-8118-1893-4) and Mexicasa (0-8118-2806-9). She lives in Los Angeles and Paris.
Visitwww.melbalevickphotos.com!

Gina Hyams is the author of several books on travel and Mexico, including the Day of the Dead Box and Mexicasa, both published by Chronicle Books. Her work has also appeared in several literary anthologies and in San Francisco Magazine, Salon, Newsweek, and on National Public Radio. She lives in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.
Visit www.ginahyams.com!

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