Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Expo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Abasto mercado in Mexico City. Guadalajara as second largest in the country boasts an immense one as well and we nearly walked our legs off exploring it this morning.
The fruits and vegetables made you ache for wanting to take them all home with you. If I lived in this town I'd be here every other day--you wouldn't be able to drag me away.
This is the heart of Mexico--it's culture lives here in these isles. It throbs with authenticity. We saw ...
... we were lucky enough to take a tour around Mundo Cuervo. We learnt about the entire process from the agave being grown in the ground, putting the "pineapple" of the plant in an oven, to the processing of the fibres. All really interesting with many taster shots along the way and a margarita to round it up. Oh tequila. Something interesting we learnt is that Mexican laws state that tequila can be only be produced in ...
... led the parade. In hot persuit were several Sayacas carrying sacks of flour catching a few and dusting them from head to toe! Local icon Diane Pearl had an entry in this year's parade. Few of the guys from the Ajijic Orchestra also paraded around with drums and costumes. Everyone had a good time and that is the point. Enjoying the day and music and costumes and mayhem.
... and done for a total of about $50.00 - just hoping that we can clear the infection in the next few days.
Tonight is Fussilli Florentina for dinner, once we can figure out how to turn on the oven. The oven and range operates on propane and we've never operated one of these before. The oven is state-of-the-art GE Profile, but still the concept is a little strange to us. Deb feels heat inside, and there's no fire so I guess we ...
... and the words/accents were unfamiliar. It felt like I knew no Spanish at all! They recognised my face but they also struggled to understand me. Somehow I ended up with 2 ham/cheese sandwiches and 1 barbacoa lonches, when what I was really after was 2 lonches. I'm still not sure how I got that so wrong! The ladies were lovely and friendly nonetheless. On my last visit they all gathered around me, urging a young man forward to translate their questions about me. He had ...