Hotel Roma, Suites & Business Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... I was in a Trafalgar Square-esque situation. I was doing everything I could to stop myself from screaming, and instead I just looked like a massive gimp jolting and ducking every minute. Ew.
The streets of the Centro Historico is lined with beautiful colonial buildings, government offices, theatres and museums broken up with idylic, green plazas scattered around the centre. Really pretty and ...
... the same manner as we do from Mexicans, a little mixed up. We will just have to live with it. As they say, when in Rome…. or is it … when in Mexico?
Don’t forget to check out the photos below. Blessings to all of you. And I hope things warm up for you folks up North!!
Lulu, AL & Molly
The El Seņor del Monte (The Lord of the Mount) Celebration begins with "Juramentos", or vows of faith, that are dedicated to ...
... Today was golf day at Atlas. Our owner, Arlene hooked me up with Dave Jackson who is a local expat that lives in another one of her rentals (El Parque). Dave belongs to the private golf club just outside of GUAD so he took me along as his guest. Compared to the clubs here in Ajijic and Chapala (both 9 hole courses) - Atlas is one of the premier clubs in the area. It takes about 45 minutes to drive into the club so one has ...
... or larger palm. Given that we were both coming down heat stroke, I knew that it must be time for Cervesa or Margarita's so we ducked into a nice little restaurant call Victor's and grabbed a table on the patio so that we could cool down and people watch. God for a $3.00 Margie, I'm not sure how much Tequila they put in this, but whoooo was it strong.
From there it was our intent to head home so we walked north on one of the main roads that ...
... and the words/accents were unfamiliar. It felt like I knew no Spanish at all! They recognised my face but they also struggled to understand me. Somehow I ended up with 2 ham/cheese sandwiches and 1 barbacoa lonches, when what I was really after was 2 lonches. I'm still not sure how I got that so wrong! The ladies were lovely and friendly nonetheless. On my last visit they all gathered around me, urging a young man forward to translate their questions about me. He had ...