Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Iteso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enjoying the ride overhead. 3 hours... wow, how big is Mexico?! Florida is closer!
I arrived around 3pm and explored the Centro Historico of Guadalajara before meeting Seraphina (Southampton student working in Guadalajara) by the water fountain in front of the Cathedral, and the home of the dirty rats-with-wings, also known as pigeons. I had forgotten just how much I was scared of them, it has been such a long ...
... June, we may stay there until just before renewal time and return to Joco around May.
Don’t take things the wrong way. We love our stay at Roca Azul, and so far, love our stay in Mexico. We prepared ourselves for these type of situations. I did ample homework and was forewarned that the people in Mexico do things much differently than those in the U.S. I guess this also included the Americans. Sometimes we seem to get information from ...
... square feet furnished and an owner resale. This unit was amazing and very, very well equipped with an exceptionally large balcony on the second floor of the tower. There is apparently some litigation going on in this development with the current homeowners and the contractor/builder that makes a purchase here in El Dorado a little tentative, but they say they will provide exemptions on this litigation for any resale units from ...
... I know how some of the people feel in Surrey.
We made it to the Ajijic Malecon (a very nice walkway that has been built next to the Lake) to find a hoard of people with their families. People were setting up their picnic, assembling their boats and just walking to enjoy the blue sky. Every few footsteps we'd see GRINGO after GRINGO and a nod of the head with a hello in English is always welcoming, despite our constant lookout for shade under ...
... by locals. They prepare fresh juices and the most amazing barbacoa lonches ever! That's not a misspelling... "Lonches" is the name for a puffy, fried bread and "barbacoa" is the filling made of shredded goat (other meats are also used) slow-cooked with tomato, garlic, chillies, cumin and oregano. Don't repeat our same mistake, thinking that "barbacoa" is simply Spanish for barbecue!
My first and second visits were strained. They spoke Spanish (I think!) but it sounded ...