Hotel El Tapatio & Resort
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... a champagne cocktail! Maybe we will be brave enough to have some tomorrow!
Today is our second bus trip with Javier – this time to Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tlacky-packy), an historic village now absorbed into the city of Guadalajara. This area has cobblestone streets lined with gracious old haciendas now housing upmarket arts and craft shops.We wandered through many of these, and the quality of work is amazing and the products so varied. In fact, ...
... that evening, and that the real fiesta was Sunday, when we would get to see the folklore dancers and see the music bands. Talk about confusion. And I mean ME!!
After dropping off the very nice lady, we parked our beast at our usual secret parking area, about one block over from the bus station, and we walked to the parade/procession route. We were right on time, as the police motorcycle unit was just pulling up to stop traffic. We got to see ...
... people could hear me say "WOW, this is amazing". Far from the typical Caribbean shops with store after store of the same **** - the variety of things for sale in these pedestrian only streets was incredible. While we certainly couldn't buy much on this trip, there were things that I could see in our new casa someday. From lights, to couches, to tables, the real issue would be deciding on the right piece as there were just so, so ...
... headed out the door with Jonelle. I was locking the wrought iron security door to Casa 50 and wouldn't ya know it - the key got stuck in the lock and I couldn't remove it. We ended up leaving the key in the lock with the idea that if I couldn't get it out - neither could anyone else. I've since removed the lock from the door and we'll have to get a locksmith to break-in or possibly purchase a ...
... Mom and Dad on their balcony.
Now we are back in Hazel, side door open, Kona snoring on the front
seat, full moon coming over the hill, Cathie tucked in reading her
book, great view of the city, very peaceful. We are really looking
forward to exploring this city tomorrow.
Will let you know what we find, my
sources tell me there's silver in the hills.