Quinta Real Guadalajara
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... me -- 'til it started coming down enough to soak me. Luckily, I was right across from a pizza place that had been recommended. So I dashed in, shrugged my shoulders at the help standing by the register, and asked for a menu. No menu, only the one above the cook. Pretty much your regular pizza offerings, so I just ordered the pepperoni. It was a 12in pie with 4 pepperonis on each slice; in other words, ...
... the other one… yeah, a center exit row seat! So I was the very last one to board the plane and still got a seat I wished for. I really don't understand why people always rush to planes without seat reservations, if they don’t occupy the best seats in the house… We left pretty much on time and I was off on my way to Monterrey, the city where I would spend the better part of the next six ...
... 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!
Our week long road trip in south west Mexico was just enough to leave us wishing for more - fantastic crafts, music, haciendas and tacos ....well maybe we had enough of the tacos.
We flew into Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city that gave the world the sombrero, the mexican hat dance (goes with the sombrero si?) and tequila (needed to brave the hat dance)! Arriving soon after the ...
... to him. So, we volunteered to locate Dimitar and get word back to our friend in the U.S. Dimitar is a Bulgarian born artist that is well known in this artistic village of Ajijic, so finding his home was not a problem. We spoke with him at his home near the Casa del Waffles and took his photo. Dimitar had a complex past. He had been drafted in to the German Army when his country was invaded during World War 2, and later attended college in Bulgaria. He ...