Vancouver receives millions of visitors each year and you'll undoubtedly find guide books repeating the same 'must-see' spots over and over again. Having recently spent the last six years living in Vancouver, I wanted to share six of my favorite spots in the city - sure, there are a few that are very much 'on-the-beaten-path', but perhaps you'll also find some surprises and new places to visit.
One of the first cities to be declared free from Spanish rule during the Mexican War of Independence, you'd be hard-pressed to find a colonial city in Mexico more beautiful and well-preserved than San Miguel de Allende. This guide covers what to see and do, the best places to eat and drink, and other useful things to know.
While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with hitting all the major points of interest, the real allure of Guanajuato can wholly be felt outside on the streets – along narrow cobblestone alleyways, in the midst of a bustling food market, in calm little green spaces. It’s here in the ordinary places of the city where one can truly appreciate the details.