Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Expo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... idea). I thought I would do a bit on the blog now and maybe take some pictures and a walk around Tlaquepaque. The weather is nice, upper 70F with rain showers overnight to clean up the air. It's 9pm and I'm sitting in the bar at the hotel. I ordered a mango Marguarita and it's fantastic! Real mangos. Delicious. But I digress. I got into my room at 1:30pm and, although it wanted to do stuff, I immediately crashed and woke up after 4. Showered and walked up to El Parian. ...
... kids swing a little nursery rhyme is sung that at the end the kid loses his turn at the bat. As the Piņata is broken an adult rakes the contents out and there is a mad dash of wild eyed, screaming kids toward the treasure. No kid went home empty handed. At least seven or eight Piņatas were brought out. For weeks the ladies across the street from our house have been busy making these ...
So I have gotten to the point where I was thinking oh yeah I will need to do that the Saturday before I leave, another 3 things the Sunday before I go and this other thing the week before. Only do come to the realization this afternoon that the weekend starts now! (panic starts to set in)
Almost all of my travel is already booked so that is good. After originally have a trip that involved me getting off a ...
... as well as the Roca Azul subdivision. They assured us that we would enjoy our stay.
Now for a little history. The village of Jocotepec (place of the plum trees) was formally founded in 1529. But it was originally called "Xuxutepeque” by its first Nahua settlers around 1361. Xuxutepeque later became "Xilotepec", meaning "Hill of ear of Corn". And then, with the arrival of the Spaniards, led by Jacob Tepec, the settlement's name ...
... very much.
Isabel had a small puppet theatre that we let the kids try out. Everyone took turns getting their photo taken in the theatre while a massive clean up took place.
At the end of two mornings, we had lots of happy kids leaving DIF with their funny, colourful puppets and we were pleased with the outcome.
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