Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara-Aeropuerto
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... dog balancing stuff on its head.
Maybe I should look in to getting a job for UNESCO, so I can take a few things off that list, as even before you go, you are pretty sure about what you are going to get – Cathedral, Plaza, Park, Possibly a couple of museums that I won’t go to, and a group of buildings I won’t spend longer than a couple of minutes in. I mean, the places aren’t bad places, but for me, even on a slow day I can pretty much ...
... We picked up to Senora Dona who works at the RV Park, and walks the 2-mile road back and forth to work. While bringing her home I asked her about Friday night’s fiesta. She began to tell us that the event we were referring to was only the inauguration and that the actual fiesta starts on SUNDAY!! You can just imagine our disappointment after we were certain to find THE fiesta that I had read about in the Gudalajara Reporter. They reported that ...
... fancy dancing group, two homeless men started have a dance-off of a hip hop/ break dancing variety that also seemed destined for tragedy. That I could not bare to watch because it was a spectacle, and I felt very uncomfortable being involved when the people were really just laughing at these men.
When I'd seen enough of the boisterous festivities, I took my time walking back to the hostal, savoring another great day in Guadalajara.
... and fruit was just under $5.00. Very good food, and apparently all is well with the water in the ice cubes as long as they have holes down the middle. While we sitting on the patio, catching the ambience wouldn't you know it a guy on a horse trots buy. Only in Mexico.
From there we started out on foot towards the town Ajijic, population of about 11,000 (as per the sign) and no map (which I left at the house). We knew to walk west but god was ...
One day when we went to Ajijic we climbed the hill behind the town to a religious shrine. There were the Stations of the Cross on the way up and then a monument with an altar when we reached the end. The view was spectacular and the artwork in the monument was beautiful. After we hiked down we had lunch in a Thai restaurant in Ajijic. The food ...
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