Hotel Plaza Genova
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... bernachten konnte. Er führte mich durch die Altstadt San Pedro Tlaquepaque, eine wirklich schöne Gegend mit kleinen Gassen und vielen Kunsthandwerkern und zeigte mir abends sein Lieblings-Tacorestaurant. Nach einem gemütlichen Frühstück am nächsten Morgen fuhr er mich zum Flughafen (was für ein Luxus, ein eigener Chauffeur!). Wir verabschiedeten uns mit einem „See you". Luis plante gerade seine Europatour und so war es nur ...
... by Jocotepec’s historian Aida Perez Aguilar, and translated here.
The long festival is actually two celebrations in one. The 250-year anniversary of the local parish and the 184 anniversary of the traditional day of the "turning of the clay pots". The tradition of turning pots dates back to 1833 when the people promised to celebrate the festivities in honor of the Lord of Mount for having saved ...
... beds in a room, there isn't much space for that suitcase. Take a look at the pictures to see my new domicile and new pet.
I'm not the most creative writer, so I won't be posting novels every other day but I will use my talents to show you some interesting pictures and short stories. So enjoy and check in every now and then for more.
... be safe AND allow pets. After speaking to a few people at the RV park, one of them, Ron, put me in touch with his friend Luis, who is a cab driver and lives in Guadalajara. Ron assured me that Luis is a very close friend, is very knowledgeable in the area, and spoke English very well. On the Internet, I found Hotel Zar, that accepted small dogs. So, with all our ducks in order, Luis was at our door on Saturday morning and driving us to the city.
... could only see about 5 couples of the 100's of locals that were in the customs lineup that truly looked (the cowboy hats were a plenty) like Gringo's.
Once we cleared, got our bags we went out into the throng of waiting Mexicans. Our driver was supposed to have a BIG sign saying FORSTER, but nada. No smiling Faustino could be found. You could see the fear set in on Deb. After my calming influence, I told ...