Casa Tres Leones
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... each time except one when a Federale came aboard and glanced at everyone's ID.
Road construction delays set us back, but from Aguascalientes there were only six of us left on the bus (watched Cirque du Soleil's KA performance with no one around me for three rows - got to **** all I wanted). Got into Guadalajara at 1900 hours instead of 1500.
After a night of good friends, good conversation and more than enough libations, I was a little slower than normal getting out of bed today. Laying in bed with my eyes shut, I heard the gate intercom go off with what seemed to be a much louder ring than normal. Jumping out of bed, pulling on some shorts it was our good friend John to give us updates on the Chapala cruise scheduled to take place in the next hour or so.
We had ...
... be wished Buen provecho [bwehn proh-BEH-choh] (as in "Bon appetit") when in the company of new people. This courtesy is almost never used between long-time friends. You will also hear it often in restaurants when you are served your food. 18. As in the USA, unless service is atrocious, tips should never be below 10%25 of the bill total as they are commonly a waiter's main means of income; 15%25 or more is most appropriate. ' 19. When someone sneezes, you should ...
Things are still good here. We took Catherine & John into town early this morning as they both had a doctor's appointment which required us to drive them home after the procedure. With having John's SUV we took a drive through town and headed towards Jocotopec (a town at the very west end of Lake Chapala) just to see some of the terrain and local sites. I couldn't believe the amount of Tope's along ...
For lunch we took a drive to Lake Chapala. There was said to be a great little Argentinian restaurant in the lakeside town of Ajijic (a good place to be from if you stutter). It was definitely a little Semana Santa haven for the locals, as it was crowded, but not packed. We found the restaurant easily enough, as did a whole lot of well-retired gringos. The service at ...