Places to visit in winter break

There are a lot of places to go for winter break, and there are warm and cold places to go to; like in Mexico, it’s cold just like here, but without snow, and in San Diego it’s warm. Both are a good place to have a vacation, and you can learn, have fun, learn history about where you are, and learn how it became to be. Mexico is an amazing place to visit anytime, and San Diego is too.

MEXICO
This a good place to go to on winter break. It might be cold, but there are places to go to and have fun in, and places you’ve never been to, like the capital. There are amazing places to see and learn about history or your relatives. There is a lot of history in Mexico that people don’t think, or know about. People might think Mexicans might be bad or good, but all they care about is to get things better. Their cities are very beautiful and the places to visit are: Mexico City, Cancún, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Puebla, Guadalajara, and more. There are a lot of different cultures, and people there will surprise you.

SAN DIEGO
Fallbrook, in San Diego county, is the avocado capital of the world, and San Diego’s average year round temperature is 70 degrees. San Diego is a city on the Pacific Coast of California, that is known for its beaches, parks, and warm climate. They have amazing zoos, art galleries, artist studios, museums, and gardens. San Diego has a lot of beautiful things to see and learn about, like when, and how, and who, discovered it. People also can be in boats and sail. They have casinos, cruises, sports, and a lot more. There is a lot of history and activities to do explore with your family.

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