Holiday Inn Express Guadajara Sur
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... Ajijic go to both Tonala and Tlaquepaque when shopping for furniture for their new Mexican casa. If you need anything from furniture to lighting fixtures this is the place at a pretty good prices.
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After the holidays conductor Dani Medeles and all our many volunteers(we are always looking for more) will again start preparing for our first performance in 2014. New music, new people, new venues, new challenges are we having fun yet??? YES!!!
... the second best climate in the world. Because of the tropical location, high altitude and the largest natural lake in Mexico, the Lake Chapala area has a year-round mild and pleasant micro-climate that is unique. Residents and regular visitors say that the temperatures are consistent year round, with low humidity, little wind and sunrises and sunsets that are always within an hour all year long. The sun shines all day almost every day and they ...
... and unlike in the US if well behaved most are welcome to outdoor dining places. Our meals, George ordered Eggs Florentine and me Eggs Benedict were fantastic. We both chose the cappuccino frio to accompany. The cold frothy sweet coffee drink hit the spot. Tradition bread, hot sauce and onions were brought to the table first then our main entrees. Afterwards it seemed like we walked for miles in the pleasant 74 degree cool air taking in ...
... rugs and its 16th century buildings. It is a 1/2 hour drive away from Ajijic. San Juan de Cosala is halfway between Joco and Ajijic and is known for its healthful thermal water spas. Ajijic, has a large number of expats living here, and is known as an artist's community. It has a population of about 15,000 people. There are lots of wonderful activities offered here, horseback riding and hiking and theatre and art events. Something for everyone. Chapala is ...