Hostel Guadalajara Centro

Maestranza #147 (corner with Lopez Cotilla), Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

Danzon - Ajijic Plaza

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge


... dancers meet in our Ajijic plaza for free Danzon lessons under the instruction of a competent instructor. It will hopefully continue to grow and give participants and audience an evening of fun, concentration, exercise and expression of this truly Latin Dance form.

Sorry I've been away from the blog but plans are to get back on TRACK!!!

It is good to be ...

Mother's Day in Ajijic

A travel blog entry by forsterb


... as our favorite Abbotsford haunt - Bavaria. John/Stacy can you pass this along - we'll be back for our regular in a couple of weeks. John - I asked for LEMONS and got LIMES - so I tried it anyway.

The cost for dinner tonight was the most expensive to date. Our cost was $357P or $30.00. Given that Deb was a little warn out from the walk down, we cabbed it home $50P or $4.00 which was the best way to go. More ...

Our Christmas Puppet Show in Tepehua

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... narrated the story and the whole play ended when Santa reappears at the end of the play and dances the cumbia in order to loose some weight. I guess that you had to be there to understand the story. It did turn out to be a lot of fun. We recruited our friends John and Jill to help us out with the music and some of the puppets. They were great sports.

Here's the email that we received from the Board of Directors at the ...

Ajijic Village

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge


Ajijic village is the most densely populated area of this area we took some shots yesterday and today.
It is much like New Orleans in that everything is inside the walls with GREAT spaces. Fountains, patios, ... ... There is much art and many artists in this community. ...

Off We Go! Strangers in a Strange Land

A travel blog entry by jaguaru


... food. Along the street many stands of people were cooking unidentified meets in simple tents that reminded me of state fair. Some smelled good, some not so good. Some where cooking directly out of the back of their vans. We found a small strip of what looked like more permanent stands (though still open air and simple, plastic chairs and tables), each cooking with what looked liked various chopped meats as quesadillas or tacos. We chose one with the most people at it (do ...


This hostel, located on Maestranza #147 (corner with Lopez Cotilla), Guadalajara, is near Palacio de Gobierno, Tequila Express, Nueve Esquinas (Las), and Escudo de Armas.
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