Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... it was a nice grassy area! We had only been sitting there for a few minutes when Jellard's chair collapsed! It never fails! Still, it was only a cheapo! When we started packing up to go, we realised that a couple of policemen were standing near us and a large number of youngsters had gathered around the toll house. The atmosphere was slightly threatening. As we drove away, one of the policemen told us to pay the toll ...
... studio. Cantera is a volcanic stone that is soft and easily carved. Many places all over Mexico have artisans carving elaborate pieces. The finished products would be fountains, statues, columns, bird baths, mantels, wall hanging, benches, stools, busts and just about anything else in stone mixed in that you could imagine. We found a simple cantera bowl and pedestal for our fountain. Looks great!
... getting caught in the middle of a free giveaway where trucks rolled in and just chucked everything in piles in the streets for people to come and pick up – got bags full of swag! Bangin!
Went to visit a distillery on the way back, as was a bit cheaper than Jose Cuervo and more out in the nature, where there was really scenic mountain backdrops, but by the time we arrived it was closed L We also visited a town, which at 2pm in a quiet peaceful plaza had ...
... get some gusty winds in the mornings, but then it will die down and remain sunny and calm the rest of the day at about 85 degrees Fahrenheit, then down to 60 at night. We have not used our AC or heat since we have been in Mexico. Molly loves the comfortable temps and Lulu loves the warm sunshine. Perfect for pool-side sun-bathing. If you look at the map here, you can see how the towns are scattered around the lake.
We are at Jocotepec at the far Western ...
... before arriving back in Rio where they then plan to have their truck shipped to Portugal (Portuguese being their native language) to continue with the trek through Europe. They have taught themselves English through communication with people on the trip and we had no trouble understanding them. We introduced them to our friends in Ajijic Jay and Veronica who own Studio 18 ...