Casa Flores

Address: Zaragoza 38, Ajijic, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45920, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B, located on Zaragoza 38, Ajijic, is near El Arco, Mundo Cuervo, Sagrario Metropolitano, and Piedra Herrada Sanctuary.
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    Tonala market

    A travel blog entry by rays_travels on Aug 20, 2015

    10 photos

    ... 9 (with tip, remember). I don't add in the drinks, because that would throw the pricing off for those who choose not to imbibe (see, if I can come up with words like that, I'm not drinking too much...?) Cocktails or wine (house) usually less than $4 (before tip - varies according to how tipsy you get).

    Back at my room; still no internet. Read a little. Went to bed.


    A Busy week and a Big Bombshell

    A travel blog entry by ann_diaz on Jul 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a video of the one I liked. I liked it, but think maybe we can do better. Afterwards, Deb and I walked all the way to Lake Taco and had a michelada. Wow, I'm ruined forever, they were the best.

    Wednesday, our "games" group met at Viva Mexico for lunch and had a great time. They comped us a wonderful appetizer made table side. I had two coffees with tequila and should have gotten decaf as I was up until 2:30am unable to sleep that ...

    Renewing Old Friendships

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jul 10, 2014

    13 photos

    ... outside the bank with a very large shotgun. He smiled politely, said "Hola" - so I guess we were ok to pass.

    After lunch we dropped by Walmart to pick up some desserts for the Meet & Greet at El Dorado. We were keen to go to see some of the people that we met here a couple of years ago - wondering whether they would remember us or not. Sure enough there were quite a few friends that were still there in El Dorado and it gave us a ...

    50 Things I've Learned in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jul 08, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... into the well-raised and cultured (bien educado) [bee-ehn ay-doo-KAH-doh] and the poorly raised (mal educado) [mahl ay-doo KAH-doh]. Don't be shy about trying out your rudimentary Spanish; even the most elementary attempt is appreciated because it shows your interest in the culture. It's no big deal to be categorized as a foreigner, so long as it's a cultured foreigner and not one of the barbarians. Speaking Spanish: Do try and speak some Spanish, ...

    Busy as Bees in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jun 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... our regularly scheduled Wednesday "HAPPY HOUR" dinner. Steven and Cindy showed up at Casa Forster at 5:00 p.m. to take us to Viva Mexico to join the other 17 regular participants for dinner. Deb and I had appetizers, salad, drinks and dinner (lamb skewers and a pollo/rice for Deb) along with dessert for a total of $260P or $26.00US - what a deal. I can't think of too many personal occasions back home where people take the time to get together with ...