Hotel Roma, Suites & Business Center
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... and up half a block.
I decided to walk around to see what else was available. Most of the local eateries are not restaurants, just a hole in the wall with 6 or less tables. Most seem to serve the same food, though I haven't begun frequenting these places yet. Same with the sidewalk cafes and carts.
... before proceeding on their own..these people down here are all very nice and very protective for me. They won't let me take a taxi until the check it out first. Very kind.
Well, I tried to find out what's in store for tomorrow but, as usual, no one knows so that will lead to my next title, Mystery Day # 2. Time to call Mom, finish my Marguarita and clean up. Oh oh. The hotel lady just came to the bar to tell me to call Martin. I wonder what's up..
... on the back of a burro and Joseph arrive at a home accompanied by angels and other biblical characters and a hoard of kids and their family. Next a history of the event is read and songs are sung. Last night the singers were accompanied by an accordion and guitar player. As the story goes they are refused shelter. After this scene then the Fiesta begins with more singing and Piñatas are ...
... 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 ...
... they do not have the sizzling summer heat or are ever threatened by hurricanes or tornados. Also known as “Lakeside”, they have about 20,000 residents from the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and Europe.
We have started to explore some of the area, and like many of the other Mexican villages, it is comprised of cobblestone streets, tile-roofed homes, and brightly colored gardens. You can always find the open-air markets and ...