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San Miguel del Allende

If you haven’t heard of San Miguel de Allende, you will. This stunning Colonial town and UNESCO World Heritage Site is located about four hours north of Mexico City and is quickly becoming one of Mexico’s hot spots. TravelStruck recently took our adventures south to see what the hype was about. The first few things you’ll realize about San Miguel is that this colorful, traffic light town is stunning and has Instagram worthy shots around every turn. The entire town is completely walkable, assuming you have comfortable shoes to navigate the historic cobblestone streets, and feels extremely safe. The colonial Spanish architecture is something to admire and of course, the infamous Parroquia Chur

Exploring Jackson Hole

After sending many families to Jackson Hole over the years, I jumped at the chance to visit the Wyoming ski resort with some friends, this past winter. I’m so glad I experienced the destination firsthand, not only because it’s breathtaking but also because it’s different from most of the centralized mountain towns I’ve visited in the past. Where to Stay The primary difference between Jackson Hole and some of the other ski resorts I’ve been to is that visitors can choose to stay in Jackson, a town a bit outside of Jackson Hole, or in Teton Village, the ski village at the base of the mountain. Our cohort chose to stay close to the charming town of Jackson, which is home to many great shops, ba

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