Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... think cobblestone streets are hard to walk on? Try one paved with rocks! And you thought I should wear sneakers? Even my ASICS would break down after six months of this. I'm thankful I bought (for the same price) my Merrell shoes.
... the news and just killed time until around 1pm when I went for a walk around town. I covered a lot of ground, stopping for a cold beer and watching the people. I met the shoe shine kid again and we had a nice visit. From Tijuana, he lives in Tonala with his grandparents. He's twelve years old and going to school.
Bored yet? Ok. Here's more. I got back from the walk and with the weather pretty warm, I checked out the ...
... airs which is cool. Shawn, charbell and Kevin moved next door which was little weird but fair enough, so glad they did. My vibe completely changed when they did and I've been feeling like I should have all along. Like I'm travelling in mexico. I left pascuoles today. I met a bloke from chile named Tomas who just happened to be driving to Guadalajara and was able too give me a lift. I paid the tolls, 230mx and he paid ...
... a little diminished by a poorer than usual hotel but we found one delightful feature easily overlooked. A short walk from the main square the Amber Museum turned out to be one of the best small museums we have seen anywhere. The place was tiny, filling no more than two small rooms, but was so packed with information and wonderful exhibits that it took us a full hour to work our way through. No amount of excellent museum visits, ...
... of Americans, Canadians and Mexicans. We had heard from different people that the folks in Mexico prefer to listen to Latino music, and we found that to be very far from the truth. The variety of taste in Mexico is enough to keep musicians of all kinds busy. There are enough venues, especially in this area, to accommodate a huge variety of musicians as well as the fans. And, just like in Florida, we found a place that would be frequented by our type of ...