Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara-Aeropuerto
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... a long and winding road, the sun had set and the city was jammed with traffic. Understandably Liliana was shattered from a full day of driving, I was pretty tired from just a full day of sitting! After driving around the centre of the city for a while, we pulled up at a decent hotel and checked in, glad to be finally out of the car. We then headed out for a dinner in the Plaza de Mariachi, across the street. As the name would suggest, the square was full of ...
Thursday night's Orchestra concert was a blast! Great audience and fun tunes. Not all went as planned but heck this is a mix of kids, adults, Mexicans and gringos, young and old so don't expect perfection. The point of this orchestra is to have fun ...
Coming in on the bus to Guadalajara is ho hum, miles and miles of not very attractive same, same streets, but I guess that's much like coming into the cities of the U.S. The meat for me is always in the vibrant center. I had booked a medium range hotel that cost a little over $40, more than we like to spend, with the intention of ditching our heavy ...
... Martin's father, Sixto was a very respected Mexican ceramics sculptor who passed along his art to his son Martin.
Martin, led us into his home/studio but cautioned us in Mexican to close the door so as not to let the chickens, rooster and little chicks out on to the street This place was grass roots Mexican. Deb and I love this, part of the main reason for us coming to Mexico was to explore a new culture and ...
... our knowledge. We were presented with a big tray of cut radishes and avocado slices to enjoy with our tasty tacos. Would this happen at home?
The tiny museum with old petroglyphs from the area, mastodon teeth and old army relics was nicely taken care of, with descriptions in both Spanish and English.
The bus came and we rumbled back to Chapala and then Ajijic, happy with our day on the lake.