Hotel Plaza Genova
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... delicious. I wasn't quite ready for a full on meaty meal so I stuck to the veggie quesadillas (one with guac and one with frijoles) which were also delicious. After that we walked around the centre where there were a ton of beautiful old buildings and pretty plazas flanked by cafes, restaurants and artisan shops. In one of the squares (I think Liberation Square) there was some sort of festival happening with a Mariachi band playing on a stage and lots ...
After walking the town and getting acclimated, we chose El Jardin de Ninette for dinner as we wanted something special. I definitely wore the wrong shoes to walk to the restaurant. Thick soles are the name of the game with these cobblestones.
We met Oscar the chef, who is a young handsome guy who spent some time in the US as a chef. ...
... to go see how the “delicious” liquid Tequila is made on a tour destined for the town called Tequila. We set out early with an English speaking guide and were taken on the road. However, before entering the town, we went past many farms that specifically grew the main ingredient of Tequila - known as Agave. Stopping into one specific farm we met an Agave farmer who was a dude, complete with cowboy boots and hat. What his role was, beside growning Agave, ...
... serious, and even though it was only a low transmission fluid level, I still needed $250 to do an oil change and filters during the same visit. Then, just like it happens in the U.S., a couple of days later, I noticed fluid coming out the rear end of the truck. It was not something that Pepto-Bismal could have taken care of. The rear end seals were not sealing. Another trip back to the mechanic set us back another $250.
We were just beginning. ...
... 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