Hotel Aranzazu Centro Historico
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... finally got to try! This was a well posh one. Although they have the biggest plantation, they create the least tequila as they only use the purest syrup. We tried 4 types, each aged between 0 and 5 years, none of which gave us the hack you usually associate with tequila and all of which were delicious. So we drank quite a few. By now, it was midday and we were ready for our next shot. We got dropped off at the next distillery which was ...
... the popular restaurant Tango was at our table at "El Piano Rojo" on New Year's Eve at a party hosted by friends Dale and Rob the night the two met. Ian's mom Susan Larson owns a vacation home here in Ajijic and Ian he was down visiting from his home in Napa Valley where he works with a distiller and owns his own company which produces "Napa Valley Bitters" a line of bar condiments. Well here we ...
... my motorcycle checked out by the BMW dealer. While on my way to the lavandaria I passed through a plaza that happened to The place where bootleg medicine is sold. Guys were plying their trade much like drug dealers do, calling out to men and women crossing the plaza, "medicina, medicina". After I dropped off my laundry to get done (all laundromats are full service here, near impossible to do it yourself), I went back to the ...
... could not be told apart from the Mexicans. However, if you could see the crowd that attended the rodeo, you would see that the dress of the day was, for men; Flowered, tropical or Tommy Bahama button down shirt, or a tourist destination t-shirt with the name of the latest tourist spot written across the front. Knee length, cargo-style khaki colored pants, earth-wear sandals with ankle socks, and Indiana Jones style ...
... largest in Mexico, about as large as New York City, we felt safe. We never felt threatened or uncomfortable. We hope to visit this great city again, as I know there is so much more to see. And, of course, if needed, we would be calling upon Luis to show us around.
If you are in Guadalajara and need taxi service, give Luis a call on his cel phone - 33-10-79-21-11. I can't guarantee a pancake breakfast, but I can guarantee a safe and reliable person to get you ...