Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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... 5pm. Next was a salad for dinner and coke. That was it. I had a nice chat with lady at the desk. She speaks excellent English and we spoke of government, lazy people and family values. These were important subjects to her and I had plenty to add. My bill is complete. Wake up call with my own backup at 5:30. I'll need to be at Martin's house at 6:30 for the bus at 7am to Puerto Vallarta. All is good with my other problem. Only a few hours of unpleasantness. Nighty ...
... altars of offerings for departed souls, as well as art and design studios and handicraft shops. We wander up to the beautiful Jardín Hidalgo, the main square, flanked by two colonial-era churches with an ornamental bandstand in the centre. It is Tlaquepaque’s social hub, the prime location for everything from free concerts to lovers kissing on park benches.
We pop into the Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Sanctuary and then ...
... You will see several of these "Unliving" manage to muster enough energy to dance even after their performances and parade. Two bands performed in the plaza during the evening the first one had a great DJ who encouraged line dancing and the second a foursome singing and playing folk songs with a fantastic recorder player.
More to come this week. November 1st and 2nd are the official days for celebrating Dia de Muertos.
... it was just so gross and I felt so gross, sweating like a pig even with my dorky matronly sombrero. As I said, the ruins were unique and interesting enough. The views of the town and a nearby lake below were magnificent. Definitely worth the exciting bus journey.
After returning to Guadalajara, I did some random wandering and bought some gorditas from a street vendor. Contrary to my idea of what a gordita is, many gorditas here are sweet. The woman was ...
... put on their 4-way flashers. A light smattering of rain continued, Carlos having told someone the weather lately was odd for this time of the year. On to highway 42 for the final leg at 1142, making our final toll payment at 1145. City limits of Guadalajara reached at 1152. Carlos said Pope Benedict XVI is coming to Guanajuato and Jalisco states as the people are fervent [verily fanatical] Catholics.
Tlaquepaque exit at 1157. With the drizzle, Ian and David ...