Hotel Celta

Address: Av Mariano Otero 1570, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45055, Mexico | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Av Mariano Otero 1570, Guadalajara, is near Instituto Cultural Cabanas, Parque Metropolitano, The Magic Top (El Trompo Mágico), and Herradura.
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          Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

          Meatloaf and pizza?

          A travel blog entry by rays_travels on Sep 01, 2015

          9 photos

          Awakened at 6:45 am by a guy running a leaf blower! Sunup isn't until 7:30. Got up at 6:55. Leaf blower quit at 7:15. Then the first bell ringer started: bell - pause - bell - pause - ring bell 16 to 18 times - pause - bell - pause - bell. This ALWAYS happens in the morning, usually in the evening, and several times during the day.

          Worked on the blog until 11:00 am. Felt a little chilled all morning. Got a ...

          Travelling is about the people you meet

          A travel blog entry by diekleine on Mar 01, 2015

          1 photo

          ... bernachten konnte. Er führte mich durch die Altstadt San Pedro Tlaquepaque, eine wirklich schöne Gegend mit kleinen Gassen und vielen Kunsthandwerkern und zeigte mir abends sein Lieblings-Tacorestaurant. Nach einem gemütlichen Frühstück am nächsten Morgen fuhr er mich zum Flughafen (was für ein Luxus, ein eigener Chauffeur!). Wir verabschiedeten uns mit einem „See you". Luis plante gerade seine Europatour und so war es nur ...

          Day of the Dead 2014

          A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Nov 02, 2014

          3 comments, 45 photos

          ... two of the many cycles of a being's destiny. It was not a time of sadness but celebration. The Catholic church reduced the celebration days down to just two and today November 1st is the celebration of the departed Children and November 2nd is for Adults. The "La Catrina" (skeleton woman) became the symbol of the Day of the Dead in the early 1900's when a political satirist drew this image which ...

          Prehispanic Archeology

          A travel blog entry by luluandal on Dec 10, 2012

          3 comments, 41 photos

          ... ruins. His vast knowledge of this area made our visit that much more interesting and he was so thrilled to be able to practice his English with us. And, we could not have asked for a better day. Dry and sunny with temperatures at 75 degrees made things so pleasant and comfortable.
          The site was discovered by an American archeologist named Phil Weigand, who was married to a Mexican woman named Arcelia García. ...

          Mexico Hospitality and Soccer

          A travel blog entry by luluandal on Oct 22, 2012

          2 comments, 18 photos

          ... Lulu got to go see her first professional soccer game this past weekend in Guadalajara. She has been influenced by the media's reports of soccer game violence, so she was a little apprehensive on going in to such a large city and walking in to a stadium that holds as many people as a small city. But with a little persuasion and assurance of her safety, we were soon on our way.
          However, our first hurdle was how to get to Guadalajara and to a hotel ...