Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Costa Rica Considered Top Wedding Destination in Latin America
Wedding website, TheKnot.com, polled 2,757 qualified respondents and found that 32 percent cited the Riviera Maya as top wedding destination in Mexico while Los Cabos notched 20 percent of the vote and Cancun netted 14 percent.
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