Hostel Guadalajara Centro

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

    Guadalajara

    A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Mar 01, 2015

    Enjoyed a few days exploring the historic downtown of Guadalajara. The Cathedral is huge and has lots of ornate images of christ and his life. I liked the crypt underneath the pulpit area. They appreciate death here. I can't say I have enough of the language to talk about it but it seems like a much less taboo subject here. The city is big but it …

    Chi Chi Rones at El Piano Rojo

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Nov 26, 2012

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... Well, I had many favorites. Chi Chi who does countless voices chose "I'M STILL HERE" from "Follies" sung by the role of Carlotta (Yvonne De Carlo) and switched voices between Betty Davis and Judy Garland. A winning number. Chi Chi famous for her Judy Garland imitation sang "Over the Rainbow" wigless and acapella. Our group stayed around after the performance to meet the fabulous CHI ...

    Carnaval 2012 in Ajijic

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Feb 21, 2012

    33 photos

    ... and a confident sousaphone player make everyone tap their toes and wiggle along as the sayacos dance down the street.

    Men sayacos wear masks with long beards, bushy eyebrows and sport a large brimmed hat. Those dressed as women sayacas wear outlandish clothes, papier mache masks with garish make-up and hairdos, and use balloons for oversized busts and bottoms. As they pass the spectators on the cobblestone ...

    Adorable Ajijic

    A travel blog entry by everywhere on Dec 27, 2010

    3 comments, 84 photos

    ... are from somewhere else and have all had the experience of being new to town.



    I think this is what creates an incredible openness to meeting and including new people. Everywhere I go, everyone I meet, seem to have lots of time to ask you where you are from and share the story of how they came to be in Ajijic. Many many of the stories are the same – somehow the person or couple heard of this part of ...

    Ajijic - Ringing in the New Year

    A travel blog entry by lobo on Jan 02, 2009

    66 photos

    ... the stay would be longer and would extend into the "hot" months as this area has a temperate climate in the summer time as well while it would be brutal in live in the heat of the summer on the Pacific or Caribbean Coast.
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