The State Department is warning Americans to avoid spring break trips and other nonessential travel to Mexico after several outbreaks of violence. But travel agents say trips to Mexico still are a possibility, but they stress caution. "Anybody who is considering going to some of those places, namely like Acapulco, we're asking them to just use extra caution while they're there like they would in any other city," said Chris Russo of Travel Partners in Broomfield, Colo., who is also president of ASTA. Read the State Department's Travel Warning for Mexico.
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