Eating and Drinking in San Miguel de Allende San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, a “magic town” in central Mexico, has long been a traveler’s paradise. Backpackers, luxury-seekers, and everyone in between don flower crowns and stroll the cobblestone hills, photographing the Spanish colonial architecture. In San Miguel, you can soak in the hot springs, visit... Read More
The fourth course of Chef Carlos Gaytán’s pop-uptasting menu is his version of elopozole, a kind of pozole made with fresh corn that’s popular in his home state, Guerrero. Heavy and labor-intensive, many pozoles, a Mexican hominy stew prepared with pork, often look like…well…kind of like what you see when you open a can of Dinty... Read More
These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find a decent resort anywhere that doesn’t offer at least a few nice wines. But as luxury travel becomes increasingly competitive, resorts keep upping the ante, presenting wine programs that would impress even the most discerning connoisseur, giving guests something to tell their friends about.
At these spas around the world, you can get wine smeared all over your body. You can let wine remove your dead skin or make you glow or take ten years off your face. You can literally bathe in wine. As a skin care ingredient, wine has many known benefits.