Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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- Swimming pool
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... procession of costumed figures, bands, horses, ... ... ... some representing the "La Catrina" paraded from the cemetery to the main plaza in Ajijic where many shrines were set up (including our's). Some of my friends from the Orquesta Axixic formed a group of singers who sang songs at each shrine. It made the night very special to all of us.
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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 ...
... 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 ...
November 20th is Mexico's Revolution day celebrated on the third Monday of November as the national holiday. Kids dress up in costumes like soldiers with guns and bandoleers and women carrying babies. This is a big parade for all school kids. There are numerous drum corps and marching groups. Some ...
... of Auriel accompanying on piano. Marguerite play a beautiful flute solo again with the help of Auriel on the piano.
Later in the evening a string quartet played a Mozart piece. The quartet was made up of Marie, Lalo, Juan Pablo and Pete. Their hard work really showed as they did a great job of blending and playing as one.
After some singing and dancing with Auriel on the piano ...