Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Expo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... time zone difference, so we arrived at roughly 5 AM and were very tired. Our hotel was nice enough to let us check in at 7 AM and we had to take a 2 hour nap before setting out to see the city. Our hotel was located in downtown in a convenient location and close to everything. It was within walking distance to all the main squares and cultural sites. There were a lot of shops in this area, but the shopping was not what ...
... knowing how long the journey would take, 45/50 minutes more or less... wow, long. The taxi driver loved us, and appreciated the hugs he was receiving from Vicky thanks to three people being sat on the front seat. This was the first of many hilarious taxi journeys within Guadalajara... and all consisted of big and powerful sing-a-longs. By the time we arrived it was almost midnight and we were all pretty tired so we sat, ...
Once a week, a cleaning lady (la chacha) comes to clean our apartment. The first time she came, I was in my underwear reading on my bed. She barges in through the closed door and begins to speak entirely too fast for me to follow anything she is saying. All the while, my roommates are in the hall laughing at this one sided conversation. I'm sure she was just talking about the fiscal cliff.
But it is very nice to get our rooms, bathrooms, ...
... the roof and saw quite clearly that the wiring for our TV went out and over the roof to our neighbor's casa - Katherine & John. Apparently he knew about this - seems my owner is "borrowing" the SAT signal from them. Anyway we hope to get this resolved by tomorrow so that I can watch a little hockey.
We're also scheduled to go out with Katherine (above) as she works for a group here called FOCUS ON MEXICO - which is a company ...
... we stepped out of our comfort zones and into Mambo Cafe, a live music venue that required partner dancing - salsa, mambo, merengue, cumbia - you name it! We'd better learn a few moves before venturing into the rest of Latin America!
At one point Manuela and I stood at the bar while Mario popped to the gents. Two guys stood about 10 metres away and simultaneously gestured something to us. It was hilarious to me because I hadn't seen it before. Manuela explained ...