Camino Real Guadalajara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... At Chris's request we also took an all-day "tequila tour," visiting two tequila distilleries and venturing to the nearby town of Tequila where the name originates. We got to see the entire process from the harvesting and chopping of the agave plant, to the roasting, juicing, and fermenting, and of course had to sample all the different varieties. Alicia developed a better appreciation of Chris's favourite booze, and needless to say we crashed early that ...
... with our darling grandsons completed a lovely Christmas Eve.(I do not know if Mexican kids put out cookies and milk for Santa - likely tequila and taco chips, I think). A really nice "second Christmas" for us.
Although we had already enjoyed a spectacular Christmas Day meal in ...
... I present to you, Guadalajara.
After getting my rim fixed in Puerto Vallarta (hmm that sounds kind of nasty) I was ready to tackle the twisties out of PV. I was a bit tentative at first, not sure if I could trust the work done and if the structural integrity of said rim was sound. After a few km all seemed well and I relaxed and enjoyed the ride. Both my bike and I arrived in Guadalajara intact, yay!
November 20th is Mexico's Revolution day celebrated on the third Monday of November as the national holiday. Kids dress up in costumes like soldiers with guns and bandoleers and women carrying babies. This is a big parade for all school kids. There are numerous drum corps and marching groups. Some ...
... everywhere. The city was very active. And, although we could have gotten out and joined the Mexican celebrations, we chose to head back to the hotel. Our little Molly was waiting for us.
The next morning, Pie was right on time. We were off to the home of Luis Soto, our main taxi driver. Luis met us in their driveway to their three-story adobe apartment building. Once inside his modest three-bedroom apartment, we found the dining room table all set up ...