Hotel El Tapatio & Resort
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... what we have and for the opportunity to do what we
are doing. We know that there are people that would love to travel, but cannot,
due to any number of reasons, including health issues. We are doing what we
can, while we can!
For now, we send you blessing and happy thoughts. May the
sun bring you warmth and joy and may God keep you safe and healthy!!
Live, laugh and love,
Lulu, AL & Molly.
... 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, ...
... rehearsal conflicted with the opening but George went and took some fabulous photos while he was there. The packed event featured several artists some who I know, and most I do not. Always creative in his productions Victor knows how to put on a show!
Check out these photos!! ...
... drivers forget (or choose to forget) like the driver to Teuchitlan forgot yesterday. Luckily, I figured it out and got off at the right time. Anyway...What's the worst that can happen? Ride the bus for the full circuit? Get off in the wrong place? I realize it's not a big deal...but still...
Anyway, I made it to the old bus station and located my bus to Teuchitlan. YES! Teuchitlan is about 40km outside of Guadalajara. Should be there in no time. Yeah, not on ...
... 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 ...