City Express Guadalajara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... reality they deserve. They have learned to live with less and put up with more than they should. They have made progress. In the twentieth century they had a major civil war and mass starvation which still persists to a much lesser extent mostly in the south of the country. Automobiles and road building has helped bring in food from the soil rich countryside to the cities. Indeed they have gone the other way from hunger with a population that ...
Hola buenos Dias. So I've had a pretty fun few days in Merida. Leaving Guadalajara a guy I met at the hostel there actually was on the same flight as me, pretty funny. So when we arrived in Merida he escorted me to my hostel downtown which was nice. From the airport we caught a little bus called a kombi to downtown, getting off in the centre of the markets which was cool. We then proceeded to walk for about half an hour before arriving at my hostel. Jorge and ...
... I only managed to spot a couple of them, eating some tacos! I then embarrassed Manuel by being a bit too excited about going to Walmart with his Grandma, though I did then cave (!) and allow him to go to one of the rare H&Ms in Mexico, which seems to have a bit more of a homosexual following than I was aware of in Europe... In the evening, Manuel and I met up with some friends of his and went to a place called the "beer ...
... to high 80’s, dry and sunny during the day and very comfortable 60’s at night. We also anxiously await one of Mexico’s big celebrations, the “Day of the Dead”, which will be held on November 2. It is similar, but different, than our U.S. Halloween. Costumes, food and cemeteries, but, yet it is a religious holiday. I will fill you in on things after we experience it next week. For now, we want to wish our U.S. friends and fans ...
... year. It was a nice day and evening for all of us.
It was Carnaval weekend so there were lots of things going on. We went to Chapala and observed preparations for the big party while drinking margaritas in Cristiana Park. We climbed up to the chapel in the mountains and walked along the malecon, saw the art shows at the Cultural Center and visited the Six Corners. The sun was back so we just enjoyed being in it.
Fat Tuesday is the day that ...