Fiesta Americana Grand Guadalajara Country Club
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... life unexamined is not one worth living. Getting the meat and flavor out of every second of every day is what we are here for. Or it should be. And I wonder sometimes if I should feel envy or apathy towards others who don't share that same view? When others are clueless about the lives they could or should have it leaves me feeling strange and awkward. And I wonder if you knew what I knew. If you knew what you were missing not living in a ...
... all our routes picked out to head down to the Yucatan, but since Mexico will not be closing down that section, then it can wait. We plan to stick it out here in Jocotepec.
Spending the winter in Joco is nothing new to us. We have spent some winter month here, so we know that although we will not be getting beach weather, we will still get many 70 and 80 degree days, and few 50 & 60’s. It still beats New England cold and snow. Sorry, but that is ...
... street near the square and, with a little effort, parked Elephant in an unused function room.
While we were manoeuvring the bike, Keith's wonderful kangaroo stickers did their magic and we spoke to a stream of passers-by who stopped to ask if we had really ridden the bike from Australia (the answer is: Sure! It's easy since they put the bridge in!). All were from the USA and Canada and were either residents or thinking about buying in. At first we thought: why ...
... where we also found a niche with Lulu’s talent, singing. We were able to make a comfortable career entertaining the many Florida residents and snowbirds and we were blessed with steady work every weekend up until the very last day when we began our RV journey in June of 2011. Needless to say, we have many fond memories of Florida, and the many great times we had with our Florida friends. When we walked in to La Bodega Restaurant in Ajijic, ...
... of society’s rich and powerful.
The typical male costume features a dark wooden mask with bushy eyebrows and ample facial hair, an oversized suit jacket, baggy pants, short riding boots and a well-worn hat. Sayacas wear papier mache masks painted with rosy cheeks, bright red lips and heavily arched eyebrows, a bright skirt and blouse combo or outdated party dress filled out front and rear balloons, gaudy costume ...