For me, winter usually just means a 10-degree drop in temperature and occasional rain, and snow is just a far-off fairytale that I only get to see on social media and in movies, and I know I’m not alone! But that’s where Big Bear comes in. With only one day to spare in late January, we decided to take a day trip and see for ourselves just what makes Big Bear so magical.
I visited Quebec City over a 3-day weekend in December, and in that amount of time I was able to experience the most charming cobblestone streets, sidewalks lined with talented Christmas carolers, savory poutine and buttery pastries, a lively European Christmas market (YAY), picture-perfect snowfall, monasteries, castles, citadels, and more. With 3 days to spare and so, so much to see, here’s my ultimate, jam-packed 3-day guide to visiting Quebec City in the winter.
A good wine country isn’t great without an abundant variety of things to do, eat, see, and experience. And fortunately, Valle de Guadalupe ticks all those boxes. With its laid-back, unpretentious vibe, it’s the perfect recipe for a quick getaway. Read on for 5 things you absolutely have to do in Valle de Guadalupe for the ultimate weekend of relaxation!
Ensenada is an easy road trip (or cruise stop) for those looking to venture south of the border. Read on for what to do in Ensenada!