Casa Grande Aeropuerto Hotel and Centro de Negocios
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... more easily. Completing that, I call Mom to see what's happening and take my shower. It's finally time to retire some of these clothes. Temperature still in the high 70s, low 80s. Off to the ATM for cash to pay for the Puerto Vallarta trip next week. I walk throughout the artesian section Tlaquepaque checking out booths and shops. I'm not very thorough like Mom would be, just a peek inside is good. Picked up a bottle of water for 10 pesos at ...
... and public squares, dominated by the cathedral and assorted colonial and neo-classic buildings. All around us are larger than life papier-mâché effigies representing skeletons. We are indeed in time to celebrate Day of the Dead in Mexico, which explains the strange people we saw on the street last night.
We will see hundreds of these colourful and absolutely ...
... was packed by early evening. We were home before midnight but friends posted pictures from 2:00 a.m. so we left early. There were a few trick or treaters in costume but that is an American introduced custom not one of Mexico.
But WAIT!!! We have more celebrating to do. The Day of the Dead events are coming up today and tomorrow's big night will be even bigger.
... were not in the equation. I'll definitely remember this for the return trip. To all of you here in El Dorado, to all of you in Ajijic that we met during our travels - Deb and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our heart for opening our eyes to a new way of life here in Mexico. We are very sad to leave our new friends, but we will be back. Thank you very much for all your hospitality and friendship! Bob & Deborah ...
... 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 ...