Arborea Hotel

Address: Av. Lopez Mateos Sur No. 265, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44520, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Av. Lopez Mateos Sur No. 265, Guadalajara, is near Expo Guadalajara, Ruins of Teuchitlan, Glorieta Chapalita, and Parque Chapalita.
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      Couchsurfing and a Look Around the City

      A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Jul 29, 2014

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      Because Liz did not have the Tuesday off, we had to leave very early from Chapala. At 7:00 to be exact. After a crazy ride we made it home in time for Liz to get to work almost on time. There, Brandon, Chris and me decided to have a quick nap, only Liz had to work. Afterwards the three of us cruised around the city to run some errands. I also got to meet Brandon's girlfriend.

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      A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jun 27, 2014

      ... town and take few pictures. Merida is a really nice town, super clean and everything is close. The streets are kinda cool as well, what i picture Cuba to be like. I walked around town for maybe an hour or two, ensuring I was back the hostel by 7pm. The hostel has free salsa classes every night, and I love free so I of course attended. It was so much fun. I really wanna keep doing salsa, figure it's good for the fitness and a lot fun. I can't remember ...

      A taste of Mexico

      A travel blog entry by blackneys on Nov 27, 2013

      21 photos

      ... Day celebrations or the Day of the Dead, it was fascinating to see the Mexicans celebration of the afterlife. All the cemeteries were decorated, and the art galleries and shops were full of ghoulish statues of skeletons laughing, dancing, riding horses or participating in just about any activity to show that life carries on. It was kind of cool and a bit weird at the same time.


      Sunday Morning

      A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Oct 21, 2012

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... fresh squeezed orange juice every day but the oranges have not been the best due to the rainy season. With it coming to an end we look forward good ones soon. Mangos, Papayas, Kiwis, Strawberries, Raspberries, Bananas, Pineapples, Watermelon, Cantaloupe,..... ..... are all locally grown, abundant, fresh and cheap. The camera was not cooperating and the lens didn't open completely on a couple of pictures but you will get the idea. ...

      Market Day in Tonala

      A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 21, 2012

      1 photo

      ... cloggers are not even the biggest obstacle though. The biggest obstacle, often taking up half of the pathway, is people stopping in the path to look and/or buy something at a stall. Roaming vendors are shouting out their deals on fans or extra large trash bags or what have you. And there is the enticing smell of tortillas cooking on comales and meats of all sorts warming at taco stands slotted in next to a stall selling shoes or medicinal creams. It is ...