Holiday Inn Express Guadajara Sur
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... salchicha. Whew, 45 minutes later, he's had his walk.
The 2nd part of my day gets much better. I get to shower, get a little dressed up and Anne picks me up for my 2nd Mujeres del Lago luncheon. This one has a fashion show. I meet 3 new people and have a great time. I like fashion shows. I haven't been to one in about 40 years. I have a glass of wine with lunch, walk back and pass out for a wonderful siesta. I like siestas!
... 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.
First on the list was lunch - we went to Restaurante Casa Fuerte where we ordered their infamous Tamarind Margarita's - spectacular. Lunch was amazing as well. From there we hit ...
Danzon is a synchronized and very stylized dance with roots originating from English, French and Spanish settlers from late 1700's. Danzon is the national dance of Cuba and now is sweeping Mexico and Puerto Rico by storm. In Cuba the dance mixed with African rhythms and beats to make it a unique and truly Latin art form. Veracruz on the Caribbean side of Mexico is the center of Danzon ...
... 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 ...
... Almost three hours later, we finally arrived in the town. I headed right for the ruins in the blazing sun of a hot afternoon. Damn, it was hot. I actually stopped and bought myself a hat for some protection and relief. Those of you that know me know how I feel about umbrellas. I feel about the same about hats. (And just like any umbrella I've ever owned, I already lost the hat. Left in on the bus on the way back to Guadalajara. haha) I slogged it out uphill for about ...