Fiesta Americana Grand Guadalajara Country Club
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... something always happens when we take it out, and she is right. We have lost our brakes in the truck, two blow outs on the RV, a problem with our turbo on the truck, etc., etc…
So, we have decided to down size our travel camper and go with an over cabin slide in truck camper. I have looked around, and I can get something for around $5,000. And they all seem to have everything we need to do some small trips ...
... bernachten konnte. Er führte mich durch die Altstadt San Pedro Tlaquepaque, eine wirklich schöne Gegend mit kleinen Gassen und vielen Kunsthandwerkern und zeigte mir abends sein Lieblings-Tacorestaurant. Nach einem gemütlichen Frühstück am nächsten Morgen fuhr er mich zum Flughafen (was für ein Luxus, ein eigener Chauffeur!). Wir verabschiedeten uns mit einem „See you". Luis plante gerade seine Europatour und so war es nur ...
We are planning a trip to Spain and Portugal in April and before we go we would like to "practice" using this Log. Since we live in a very "colorful" town we will begin by discussing and photographing our life in Ajijic, Mexico. Ajijic is a small village south of Guadalajara, Mexico, situated on Lake Chapala....the largest ...
... be safe AND allow pets. After speaking to a few people at the RV park, one of them, Ron, put me in touch with his friend Luis, who is a cab driver and lives in Guadalajara. Ron assured me that Luis is a very close friend, is very knowledgeable in the area, and spoke English very well. On the Internet, I found Hotel Zar, that accepted small dogs. So, with all our ducks in order, Luis was at our door on Saturday morning and driving us to the city.
... are a couple of units that are up for sale now with price tags in the $350,000 furnished range.
Reasonably quiet day today, allows us a chance to recharge for the next adventure which is likely to going to be to TLAQUEPAQUE (pronounced Te-la-k-pok-ee) which is a area renowned for mexican handicrafts and furniture. Most of the locals have purchase their interior furnishings from either TONALA (pronounced Tone-e-la) or ...