Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Iteso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... min walk. There was nothing much happening in this area, it looked much like a semi-industrial area and not much was open. We wandered and took a good look around the city centre and even went into the largest market in Mexico as recommended by our hostel. This market was full of vendors selling everything from t-shirts to shoes, fruit to tacos, birds to cigarettes, “real’ gucci handbags and watches. This is where Amanda sourced her awesome retro Casio ...
... and it was another amazing puente weeking.
What a holiday, filled with hilarity as always with a great bunch of people! Big shout out to Beth, who I hadn't seen since October, for getting the ball rolling with this trip, and of course for being number 1 fan of my blog ;)
Mexico continues to deliver... endless beauty and I am falling in love with Mexico even more every day.
Lots of love, Fenton x
The 20 minute bus ride dropped us off in front of the Bugambilia Plaza, where our mail company, Sol Y Lunas is located, as well as Salvador's Restaurant, which is a major hang out for the area's gringos. They are a moderately priced little restaurant where the help speaks English well and they carry a large assortment of American and Canadian style entrees.
We decided to eat at the taco ...
... they assure us this is no problem. I watched one local buy two kilo's of some fairly large shrimp and the total cost was about 150P or about $12.00 - can't beat than NOB.
From the market we found a local TELCEL place where we met Sandra (spoke good English so this is very important) and she hooked us up with a recharged cell phone so that we have this for taxi's or emergencies. She told me that she could break open my iPhone for about $30.00 so that I ...
... everywhere, and at the main square downtown there were live bands and lots of people dancing and celebrating. It was the perfect welcoming for us. We checked out the sites...grabbed some food, then relaxed before our 4 1/2 hour drive to Puerto Vallarta.
P.S in case you are wondering about the ghost....I ended up sleeping in my moms room a few nights. Actually we put everyone's mattress's on the floor of her room and had a sleep over. It was after all CREEPY!