Holiday Inn Express Guadajara Sur
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... when the clowns noticed me and suddenly I was the one in the center of everyone’s attention. This was the first time I realized that I stand out from the crowd. Tall and light skinned, much different to anyone else. The clowns meant no harm though and after I had to stand in the first row of spectators and was the subject of some jokes the show was over and I was free to go. But not before giving a small donation J
... two team captains seated in the middle of the court and striking a rubber ball with their hips which had to be sent to the opposite end of the court by each of the teams. Riley and I were showing how this was done, although, we needed help getting up. The game was used for political ends or religious reasons, where the winners would be privileged to being beheaded in the court.
Just like many other places in ...
... of Alaska (Prudhoe Bay) across to New York City, Miami, across America to California down Baha to Mexico. No sooner than they parked they were out and back in the "TROLLER" 4 X 4 and off. There had been a web site on the side of the car but no one could remember it. George the big car buff did research on the "Troller" vehicle and saw that this was a Brazilian truck that had its roots ...
... finished and very often it will be done that afternoon!! Every two blocks has a "convenience store" - neighbor sells to neighbor - except for the cell phone this is a very local economy - the global economy is not here yet.
We have a great time and I hope you enjoy the pics - we go back to a restaurant at Chapala - then the Centro of Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque - a great eating and shopping area. ...
... worked for but it still has the same name.
So, after our uneventful flight to Guadalajara, we settled into our new home-for-a-week with a pleasant lady called Claudia. The following day, we woke up to the sound of a carillon playing Ave Mari. After our breakfast of fresh juice, beans, eggs, a bun, and Nescafe coffee, we headed off to school to start our four hours of one-on-one private lessons. We each have 2 hours of conversational spanish and then change teachers for two ...