Hotel Casa Blanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a couple of larger drug stores (never know what you're going to get from a hole-in-the-wall pharmacy), but couldn't find them (remember the problems trying to find the right streets).
So now it's dinner time. Unable to find what looked like a decent restaurant, I went back to the one I knew. Had the Pollo Veracruzano: chicken breast smothered in peppers and onions. Again, ...
... on a Monday afternoon sipping frappes is WAY better than being at work. Afterwards, most of us head over to Maria Isabel's on the lake and have two for one margaritas. The temp is perfect out and the light on the lake is lovely. I see a hot molten molcajete and decide Steve and I must share one when he comes back.
Tuesday, my friend Deb and I went on a rental home tour and saw 4 rental houses. One was a maybe and one I liked. ...
Spanish Word of the Day - Bag -----> Bolsa
Spanish Phrase of the Day - Can I have a bag? -----> Me da una bolsa, por favor?
Today was an easy day. We went down to Tony's for lunch - ribs again. It's just a short walk down the via de La Loman to Hidalgo so it's convenient. We stopped by one of the few banks in town that will except/transfer U.S. cash into Peso's - I guess they're prone to robberies because there was a big Mexican ...
... are lavish with titles of respect, so dispense señor, señora, and señorita (Mr., Mrs., Miss) freely. Teachers, lawyers, architects, and other professionals have earned the right to a title: licenciado for lawyers [lee-sehn-see-AH-doh] (and some other professions requiring a college degree), maestro or maestra for elementary schoolteachers, profesor or profesora for secondary or college teachers. 38. Show Some Culture -- Mexicans tend to divide ...
... I needed so all I had to supply was a golf glove. Can't get a much better deal than that. Pricing here at Chapala Golf Club is a bit of an oddity. Normal rates to play this 9 hole - multiple tee course is $1,200 Pesos or about $100 US. As I was told, the Board of Directors try to keep the rates high to minimize the "mexican" participation. Thankfully there was a "guest pass" waiting at the clubhouse when we arrived.
After golf we got ...