Fiesta Inn Guadalajara Expo
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- Swimming pool
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... by now). After group three was finished I went to a gate agent and asked where group four was supposed to board. Well, apparently I had missed my cue as she rushed me to the plane, I was the very last person to board. So much about being a VIP! When I got to the plane (old and shabby, like Ryanair planes are, supposedly) there were only two seats left, the first one was a center seat somewhere in the ...
... The weather along the coast was oppressively hot, our riding suits had started to stink and we had begun fantasising about riding in the cool mountains again. We calculated the time and distance to our Christmas break and, with no more planning than that, we turned east again towards the city of Guadalajara a megopolis of more than four million souls and Mexico's second city. It was a decision that would alter our view of Mexico once again.
... around and in the cemetery. Really a lovely way to remember your loved ones. Back at the plaza a few shrines were constructed. Not as many as last year. The Medeles family put on a major production complete with parade with drums and torches, singing, elaborate costumes and make up, masks, ..... the works! The family home on plaza was decorated top to bottom. Such ...
... their parking lot. Inside were about 12 people and the sign-up sheet had only two names ahead of us. I was concerned that somehow, somewhere, something was going to be missing, incomplete or unauthorized and we had wasted over $300 and all the time and effort in our one-year Mexican visa. I had been warned by some well intention ed folks that I had gone about the procedure incorrectly. I was warned that I would be forced to ...
... of elote. There happened to be a massive party down the way celebrating the anniversary of one of the major markets in Guadalajara, Mercado San Juan de Dios. There was live music, dozens upon dozens of food vendors, and crowds of people. I walked down to check it out finding far more entertainment going on within the crowd as opposed to on the stage. As the musicians jammed out, a dance circle had formed. Couples were dancing their hearts out in a sort ...