Opposite the windows of the IWC workshops, in the city of Shaffhausen, the Rhine River flows with a gentleness that contrasts with the roar made by the waterfalls that lie further downstream. These waterfalls and this factory are what have made this city famous.
Buenos Aires shines with a thousand lights and its reflection dances, to the rhythm of the tango, on the Rio de la Plata. The theaters are full, the restaurants are open till dawn and. from the discos, you can hear the sounds of rock or the sighs of Gardel.
Shadows which have endured because El Caminito, Carlos Gardel and the tango are fixed in the heart of every Argentinean. Born around 1880, the tango was considered a vulgar music and dance that belonged to the suburbs of the capital.
Huatulco, with its nine beautiful bays of dazzling blue waters, is a haven lying on the southern seaboard of the Mexican Pacific. The Bays of Huatulco are located along the coast of the state of Oaxaca, at the end of the Sierra Madre mountain range, and stretch along 35 kilometers (22 miles) of the Pacific, between the Coyula and Copalita rivers.
In 1998, the Mexican government declared Parque Nacional Huatulco a Natural Protected Area in the Diario Oficial de la Federation (the government's official gazette). This was done to preserve the natural and cultural resources of the southern coast of Oaxaca, especially in the municipality of Santa Marfa Huatulco.