Del Marques Hotel & Suites

Address: Victoriano Salado Alvarez 72, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44600, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Victoriano Salado Alvarez 72, Guadalajara, is near Ruins of Teuchitlan, Museo Huichol Wixarica de Zapopan, Centro Magno, and Palacio Municipal de Zapopan.
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      Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

      Move on. Nothing to see here.

      A travel blog entry by al-karen on Jul 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... It was good nothing was going on today with all the people because I was certainly busy. Yesterday my stomach was making gurgling sounds but it passed. This morning I had a situation. Woke up, ran to the bathroom, took a shower and waited. Repeated in one hour. Again in two hours. Once more in two hours and it was done. I was fortunate to be in my room with toilet and shower handy. No accidents. Enough of this. I still had my free breakfast and a beer with ...

      Chapter Two – Tlaquepaque & Dance of Death

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Nov 02, 2013

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... orange trees. At this time it is even more appealing because of the decorations lining the main street for Day of the Dead.

      We have been told to take the luxury air-conditioned bus from the centre. It only costs a dollar. We wait patiently at the bus stop, but the first bus to stop is a scruffy local. It’s going to Tlaquepaque too, so we jump aboard. The fare is only fifty cents!

      The main pedestrian street is ...

      Preview - Dia de Muertos

      A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Oct 26, 2013

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... Each contestant carved their own pumpkin. It was then placed on display with a number and name of who carved it. Then people were then asked to vote on their favorite. Although politics played a big part of the winning entry, one could not help but vote for a tiny little Mexican boy proud as punch of his entry asking everyone to vote for him. No wonder he won!!

      Later on in the afternoon was a parade and Zombie Dance to Michael Jackson's ...

      Sweatin' it up at Guachimontones

      A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 20, 2012

      8 photos

      ... the temples I've ever seen at sites are rectangular. As you already know if you read my last blog, dogs were very important in this culture. And, just like the Aztecs, the people farmed using chinampas.

      The visitor center was really great because I got a free one-on-one guided tour of the facility and got to ask lots of questions. The site itself was interesting, but did I mention that it was really hot out? It was so very hot. I think that dampened my ...

      A CHAT WITH PETER ABOUT RUMS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 10, 2012

      5 photos

      ... El Bombero when he missed an exit. The sky was still gloomy. A second large corn mill was seen. 132k to go at 1044. El Bombero reached for a CD of Spanish carnival-type songs at 1049. Cattle was king in this stretch. Another toll at 1055, our 19 seater van qualifying as a car [122 MP at this toll]. Saw our first agave plantations at 1123. Trucks with two trailers have more than doubled in frequency today. On a couple of occasions vehicles moved over to pass ...