Rosa Morada Tlaquepaque
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Travel Blogs from Tlaquepaque
... and kids play grounds. The threat of rain most of the weekend kept many people home and last Monday was independence day so that too contributed to a light crowd but the weather was gorgeous on Sunday when we soaked in the mineral spring fed pool and sipped cocktails in the late afternoon. The place is huge 50 or so RV sites with full hookups. Electric, water and sewer are at all sites and probably ...
So this is our one year report on weather. We still get asked when will we return to the U.S., and our answer remains the same, “we don’t know”. We are enjoying our time here and especially the steady pleasant weather that the “Chapalians” have been bragging about. We extended our visa to stay in Mexico longer because one year was not enough to get to see much of what Mexico has to offer. We do not plan to go ...
We decided to do something different this Sunday morning and take the short trip into the Big city Of Guadalajara. Our destination in the city of 4 Million people was near the University of Guadalajara which boasts over 200,000 students. On Sundays the city closes off many streets in the campus area and tons of people flock down to walk their dogs, ride bikes, roller blade, inline skate or like us just walk in this area of old mansions and ...
... unique - it was exactly what Deb and I would snap up if we could find something like this. Eloy makes all his furniture which are replicas of Mexican classic pieces which just set off the whole ambience thing perfectly. As I said in the beginning, sometimes everything just seems right to make a memory. Last night was one of those nights.
Deb and I just returned with Bernice and Terry from our local theatre to Los Vengadores (Avengers) in 3D - ...
Mom and Dad really enjoyed Tlaquepaque,
with all its wonderful art, antiques, painting, ceramics, sculptures,
glass work, I guess its no wonder Mom and Dad liked it. They were
extremely quiet, however, as we drove through some of the less
picturesque areas approaching our boutique hotel. The Hotel in
Tlaquepaque was extremely charming. We enjoyed sitting in the