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relaxing city to split a week w/ Mexico City?

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Hi all. My wife and i will probably be visiting Mexico this April.. (i got some advice in another forum) I am very interested in Mexico City and everything this huge metropolis of culture, attractions, monuments, churches, and sights has to offer. My wife: not so much. She' d prefer a more relaxed, quaint and charming village or seaside town. A place where our agenda is not brimming with "let's see this, let's see that"..our peaceful and lazy honeymoon in Costa Rica is more her style so my quesion is this:

What nearby place could we split a week with Mexico City? Preferably within a distance that won't see us in a car all day or plane. here are her interests: some colonial history, natural beauty, exotic spa/massage, safe smaller city that's not busting at the seams.

thanks

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