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... pedestrian only, many plazas that are buzzing with activity (man I wish we had closed off streets and plazas in Toronto, so cool), tons of restaurants and bars, and so many beautiful historic buildings dating from the late 16th century to the late 19th century. Guadalajara is Mexico's second most populous city with about 4.4 million inhabitants, many of them beautiful women for which the whole state of Jalisco is quite known for. ...
... the noise that comes with them 24 hours a day. Mexico is not a quiet country. The Mexican’s love to celebrate and they love to make noise. They seem to have a reason to celebrate almost every week. So we must blend in and join them. What a tough life this is.
Happy New Year to you from this very happy and festive part of the world. May you and your family have a blessed new year and we hope that you all will stay warm!!
Lulu, AL & ...
... one night. The week ended with one concert on Friday night which was in front of the big Catholic church near our Ajijic' plaza Saint Andres and a repeat of the concert on Saturday in the gardens of the Lake Chapala Society. Both events were attended and supported generously by the citizens of lakeside Chapala.
FYI - AXIXIC was the old Nahuatl Indian spelling of our village ...
... living room. There's just something about a piano that makes any room come to life. The spacious house opens up to a loggia with fireplace, wetbar, pool, views of the lake and mountains beyond. A tradition in Mexico is that the birthday person gives his own party and invites all his friends. A lavish catered ...
... is very nice, one
of Mexico's designated historical sites (pueblos magicos). I know I
say every town is charming, but it is so true. They are all so nice,
and they all seem to have their own flavor. Tapalapa is high in the
mountains, over 6000 feet, mainly white cement buildings with red
trim, a lot of wooden framing and red tile roofs. Real nice town
square "centro" and narrow, winding, cobblestone streets
rolling through town,... yea you ...