Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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... meeting spot for hotel chauffeur who was caught in traffic and 45 minutes late. We arrived at the Quinta Don Jose Boutique hotel and wouldn't you know it. The one time Mom isn't here they upgraded me to the suite. I don't know how much of a suite it is yet since I can't get in until 2pm but it's $50 bucks more a night. I had a nice continental breakfast for $5 (free after today) and I've been napping out by the pool. I checked in with Mom and told her how nice it was ( not ...
... something I forget or I think is in one bag but really is in another. This app not only can help you list things by category, where you will find it in the house and also which bag it is going to go in! It takes a little time to customize and set up but once its done you are good to go for almost any trip.
I am sure I will update this next week from the airport. (assuming they let me out of the country...)
... very friendly, and they may be so only because they have to keep a customer, but we
have been finding the local Mexican residents to be nice to us without
expecting anything in return. Unfortunately, we have found that the young
folks that work at the many popular American retail stores, like Wal-Mart, are
mirroring the rude behavior that they get from the Americans.
It has happened more than once when we tried to return an ...
... three sips when she added a boat load of ice and passed the drink down the table to me to finish off. You just can't believe the size of these drinks. I mentioned the Chapala margies to one of the locals and he didn't seem all that surprised saying "Mexican's don't drink margarita's" - they drink tequila straight like brandy" - guess it was the southern states that invented this one ?
They do have different musicians at times playing and at other ...
... dinner as well, along with the eggnog-like rompope and a variety of other seasonal specialties.
Yesterday, December 24, we saw a self-made parade at the top of our street, made up of 4 trucks carrying angels (young girls dressed in white and wearing wings). The girls were throwing wrapped candies to the laughing people walking on the sidewalks.
Turkey here seems to be ...