Hotel El Centenario

Escobedo 290, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44007, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge


Wow does time fly???!!! Carnaval time once again in Ajijic complete with parades and always the highlight of the parade the Innovation Salon's float. This years theme "Alice in Wonderland" complete with Johnny Depp! These guys go all out every year and ALWAYS seem to top the ...

A Night at the Plaza

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge


... I don't think anyone was hurt. It is times like this when you realize that Ajijic has not lost its Mexican people or flavor. We were some of the few "Gringos" there last night. Seven more days and counting!!

Thanks George for all the pictures and Videos. My camera was on the blink. Most post we both contribute to these.


Mexico Hospitality and Soccer

A travel blog entry by luluandal


... good job at picking the hotels location, since there was nothing close by to look at, so we didn't get out to see anything. I should have gotten something closer in to town, but then again, finding a pet friendly hotel was a little challenging. Regardless, Hotel Zar was a great hotel for about $55 USD. It was clean, friendly people and offered free breakfast. And, they had security.
After getting acquainted with the room, Molly was feeling right at ...

Trip to Mezcala Island

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... you can easily change the 'map options' to see where the island is.

Once we arrived in Mezcala, we went to their new malecon and arranged for a boat to take us to the island for about $300 pesos. Five years ago, Chris and I visited Mezcala and were enchanted by the stories of the history of the island and were excited to be going back to see it once again.

In the early 1800's, a small group of Mexican rebels on Mezcala Island, held off the Spanish army and navy ...

Race Across Mexico

A travel blog entry by cactuslocaltime

... pesos. Thankfully, the exchange rate was better than in Panajachel.

At no point had anybody mentioned any mode of travel other than a bus, but in fact this phase of the journey involved a boat ride. We loaded our bags onto two narrow vessels with straw roofs, as a boy of no more than eight turned the engine over and scanned the silent river with the eyes of a veteran. When we finally got going, the boats moved at a decent pace, and the ride took about ...


This hotel, located on Escobedo 290, Guadalajara, is near El Arco, Piedra Herrada Sanctuary, El Mercado Corona, and Tobolandia.
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