Spring breakers in Mexico up despite travel warnings, violence
MEXICO CITY — Mexico is taking a rare opportunity to tweak neighboring Texas, saying the number of U.S. spring breakers visiting Mexico this year rose 7.2 percent despite a travel warning issued by the U.S. state.
Mexico's Tourism Department notes with some satisfaction that tourists arriving during March included some highly regarded Texans — the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. They agency says they did a calendar shoot on Mexico's Caribbean coast.
Michael Appleton/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Mexico's Tourism Department notes the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders visited the country in March for a calendar shoot on the Caribbean coast.
A Tuesday announcement from the department says 77,000 young tourists visited Mexico on spring break trips between March 5 and 30.