Hotel Plaza Genova
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I found one that I liked (and that has a suitable size for 1 person), but they said delivery is mas o menos (=more or less) 20 days. That means like 1 month. So i walked another round, but ended up with the same. Then it was another service person who told me, they can have it in 5 days in the store in Toluca, but the delivery to my home in Metepec (around 10km) will take 15 days. Then another guy came and said that actually they cannot promise ...
Well, what a day this has been. Woke up at 3:30, decided to do a little blog work and some internet research. Started getting a chill about 4:30, but decided to ignore it. Finally, about 5am, went back to bed and covered up. Woke up at 8:30, still chilled and with a slight headache. Took an Aleve, put some pjs on, went back to bed. The maid knocked on the door ...
... that if the same situation was in my home town, there would be serious implications. Without the streets being blocked, drivers would drive right through the middle of a packed festival, and with hardly any police around, there would be some major disturbances, fights and drunken idiots to ruin a fun family event. And although liquor was sold and consumed freely anywhere in town, we never saw anyone ...
... here, only Mexicans doing the hard work of making a living and putting dinner on the table.
These permanent market buildings are generally owned by the local governments and leased for cheap to the vendors. They're open every day as permanent open air stores in a store. These are not the Saturday markets put up and taken down in a day--these are serious businesses here for the long haul.
Esperanza kept adding to our bags everything we'd never heard ...
... walk around, minus the occasional sweeping pigeon and strangers trying to sell you all sorts of things... "would you like to test your blood pressure?" Guadalajara is the second most populated city in Mexico, behind Mexico City and it definitely has the authentic Mexican cultural feel to it, and was so impressive, yet much quieter in comparison.
We spent the night getting lost on buses as we ventured out of the ...