Between the urban sophistication of Mexico City and the rumble of the port of Veracruz lies the highland charmer Xalapa, with misty mornings gazing over lush green hills, a thriving art scene, the hip energy of a university crowd, and a café culture that would do Seattle proud.
Anyone who has slogged through a meal in the DF's so-called "Chinatown" (Calle Dolores in the Centro Histórico); eaten "chao mein" that tasted like mole in roma; or paid through the nose for pseudo-Szechwan in Polanco will be happy to know that there is at least one "real" Chinese restaurant in Mexico City, with Chinese people in the kitchen and dining room.
Though few people know it, Tecate's Rancho La Puerta, founded in 1940 by Hungarian Edmund Szekely, introduced
the world to organic health food, exercising
with music, herbal wraps, and
the search for new lifestyles.
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