Aspen, CO Colorado
ASPEN – Kristi Kavanaugh-Bradley became the director of sales and marketing at the St. Regis Aspen Resort on Sept. 13. She is the first woman to hold the position, the resort said in its announcement.
ASPEN – Amy Gordon, a longtime Aspen resident and interior designer, has launched Tesoros ~ San Miguel de Allende, a boutique tour company offering private and customized trips to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Tesoros creates journeys for sophisticated travelers, and their small, personalized tours lead guests to the beautiful mountains of central Mexico to explore San Miguel de Allende, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is also described as one of the most magnificent cities on earth.
“I’ve always been passionate about traveling and discovering new places, but when I went to San Miguel de Allende, I knew I found somewhere special where I would want to return again and again,” she said. “My husband and I live there part-time. I have cultivated my own rich life in this magical city, and it’s a joy to share my finds with others. The word tesoros means ‘treasures’ in Spanish, and it’s the guiding principle behind our travel philosophy.”
Tesoros offers what it says are six “perfect” days in San Miguel de Allende for $2,495 per person based on double occupancy. The trip is all-inclusive absent of airfare. The first tour is scheduled Oct. 29 through Nov. 3, coinciding with Mexico’s most famous holiday, Dia de Los Muertos. Additional tours are scheduled for February and March, though custom tours are available anytime.
For more information on Tesoros ~ San Miguel de Allende, visit http://www.tesorostravel.com or call (970) 923-5300.
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