Arriva Express Plaza Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What happened? It's 10am! My free breakfast! No shower if I'm to get there in time. I throw on my clothes, brush my teeth and secure my real estate amongst the others. She suspects nothing and I have my usual: fruit, muffins orange juice and coffee. A savings of $5. With my victory at hand, I return to the sanctity of my room to complete yesterday's blog, including the photos. The WiFi is good here so I can download pictures from my cameras ...
... around and in the cemetery. Really a lovely way to remember your loved ones. Back at the plaza a few shrines were constructed. Not as many as last year. The Medeles family put on a major production complete with parade with drums and torches, singing, elaborate costumes and make up, masks, ..... the works! The family home on plaza was decorated top to bottom. Such ...
... I have a feeling that we will revisit this area before we depart.
Guadalajara is Mexico’s second largest city with a population of 4.3 million, which makes it really large! It’s located at an altitude of 5,000 ft (1,500 mts), almost exactly the same as Guatemala City, bestowing a Spring-like climate. The historic centre is a handsome area of ...
... their parking lot. Inside were about 12 people and the sign-up sheet had only two names ahead of us. I was concerned that somehow, somewhere, something was going to be missing, incomplete or unauthorized and we had wasted over $300 and all the time and effort in our one-year Mexican visa. I had been warned by some well intention ed folks that I had gone about the procedure incorrectly. I was warned that I would be forced to ...
... thing that I brought a light sweater as it was cooler there than it is in the Chapala area. The entrance to the zoo is very beautiful and whimsical. We started the day by smiling and oohing and aahing over the fountains and sculptures of animals. Life-size giraffe sculptures peering through the foliage, a set of stairs with waterfalls with monkeys in all sorts of positions of play on columns and a hippo statue ready for ...