Hotel Del Bosque
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... float. This year is no exception. Congratulations Rodrigo and Lalo!!! Also true to form we came back drenched in flour and confetti. Saw many friends in and at the parade. The parade gets bigger every year as does every other festival in Ajijic. Our little village will be unrecognizable in a 10 years it is growing so fast. Not sure that is a good thing but we PRESS ON!!!! VIVA MEXICO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
... the center is a figure. Could be a duck or a wind mill or a cross. Just about anything. The Castillo is set fire in stages starting at the bottom and ending with the Corona (Crown) lifting off the top whirling into space to land only Gods knows where. There were several times when fire spewed into the crowd with lots of screaming from ...
... accompanied by "Pie" , who was a business acquaintance and would be helping out getting us around. And, although Luis spoke English very well, Pie did not, so our conversations were mixed Spanish and English. It didn't make any difference. They got us to the hotel safely and even took a detour around the city so we could see a few local attractions.
We arrived at the hotel before noon, so we had all day to kill, since the game was at 9pm. I did not ...
... to stay.
We walked through the food vendors - got a drink. Then on we went until we got to this area that had three or four tents that were night clubs. Leo ran into his cousin and she asked him if Renee and I would do them a favor - she needed a total of five women to go in so they could get in free. Who are we not to help someone out - so in we went. And fun was had by all!
... uncomfortable. It didn't stay dark for too much longer, and I remember little of the drive to the border, save for the verdant fields and foreign vegetation that rushed by my window in a warm green blur.
I'd purposefully spent all of my quetzals before leaving Flores, and was therefore unamused when I learned that I needed to hand over 40 of them just to leave the country. I had no option but to convert some pesos into quetzals, then convert my change ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility