Del Marques Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Del Marques Hotel & Suites Guadalajara
Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... as the tiny village celebrated the Virgin of Guadalupe, slightly more popular than Jesus in these parts, methinks, at the local church which seems larger than the whole town. Narrowly escaped being singed by the Castillo fireworks spinning out of control and into the assembled crowd.
... on for some late dinner at 10.30pm or so. We opted for something traditional. Actually it was some kind of tortas ahogadas, only in small and with less chili sauce and with a different filling. Truth be told, I don’t understand a lot of food that I am eating here. But I am willing to try everything and if I don’t like it I am smarter in the future. I went to bed soon because we all had to get up early, the next trip was ...
... and think I’ve seen everything within a couple of hours.
So yes, the next place on my trip was Guadalajara – Mexico’s second largest city. Through Karenyna, the girl I met in Zacatecas, I got put in contact with a girl called Elizabeth, and stayed with her and her really nice family for the next few days. I arrived really early in the morning and slept like **** on the bus so first stop was to get some sleep, before I then went into the City ...
... a group of about 30 parishioners following, the marching band and the fireworks guy had gone by in one minute. But, after speaking to some other expats (gringos) from Wisconsin, they said that they would be returning with another 400 people following. And they were right. When we saw them coming back one block over and about an hour later, there ...
... fancy dancing group, two homeless men started have a dance-off of a hip hop/ break dancing variety that also seemed destined for tragedy. That I could not bare to watch because it was a spectacle, and I felt very uncomfortable being involved when the people were really just laughing at these men.
When I'd seen enough of the boisterous festivities, I took my time walking back to the hostal, savoring another great day in Guadalajara.