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Travel Blogs from Tlaquepaque
... it was great to get back into an air-conditioned SUV for the 45-minute trip home. As soon as we got inside the Casita, it was snooze city for both of us - worn out from the heat and full bellies. I'm heading off to doctor to get a script for some muscle relaxers which will hopefully address some of the back pain that I've been dealing with over the last few days - I always seemed to ...
... fresh squeezed orange juice every day but the oranges have not been the best due to the rainy season. With it coming to an end we look forward good ones soon. Mangos, Papayas, Kiwis, Strawberries, Raspberries, Bananas, Pineapples, Watermelon, Cantaloupe,..... ..... are all locally grown, abundant, fresh and cheap. The camera was not cooperating and the lens didn't open completely on a couple of pictures but you will get the idea. ...
TLAQUEPAQUE HERE WE COME...........
Ana was right, she's different from most Mexicans, she said she'd arrive at 10:00 a.m. at Casa 50 and sure enough she was ON TIME. Today's adventure was Tlaquepaque, a suburb of Guadalajara, where the shops are supposed to be out-of-this-world.
So after the introductions, Ana, Phil (her fiance from Philly, New York and apparently everywhere in between), Deborah and I set off in ...
There is a Chapel on the mountain and when we first got here we laughed that it would not be a hike that we would be making. Well we had a cloudy day and said why not let's do it! So off we go - have to hike through several blocks - then get to the sign that says Path to the Sacred Chapel and up we go. There are paint marks on the path and we continue on - we eventually run into a woman, small child and barky little dog - we ask if ...
... right above the centro, so there's lots to see.
The drive today was quick. The roads
were great and straight and after leaving Leon, we were in Guanajuato
before Cathie and Mom had our delicious tortas made. Hazel pulled
over and we enjoyed the tortas before attempting to navigate to Mom
and Dad's hotel. After settling Mom and Dad into their room, we took
Kona for a walk, then went ...
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