Hotel Zar Guadalajara
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... good look around! Some teams arrived much later in the evening. They had gone to the pyramids first thing in the morning and had then been stopped and fined by police for being on the road before 11 am!! Apparently, cars with foreign number plates were not allowed on the roads before 11 am - a regulation relating to pollution laws! When you see the noxious fumes belching out of Mexican vehicles, it certainly makes you ...
... seems to be gaining in popularity. There had been over a hundred guests from the USA for the wedding, and some were staying over to visit all the attractions around town. The following day they are going to Puerto Vallarta, which we are told is only a four-hour drive from Guadalajara.
The tour is very instructive, and the tasting of the different kinds of tequila cheers us up no end. Afterwards, ...
... de futbol near El Torito
4PM Evento con los Toros, with bull riding and roping, Lienzo Charro, with dance afterwards
7 PM Orchestra, Plaza
8PM Battle of the Flowers (where the newly crowned Fiesta Queen parades through the Plaza as onlookers playfully throw flowers at her - great fun in the tradition of Mock Battles, rather than real ones!)
9 PM Popular Dance at the Plaza ...
... out with John and Katherine and his brother Eloy and Ginger and a bunch of their friends on their 28' pontoon boat in Lake Chapala tomorrow. A little picnic on the lake with some appies and drinks - should be good - just hope that the weather co-operates LOL. Short of making the appies for tomorrow, we'll be heading off to one of the local restaurants to have them prepare something like guacamole and wings for us.
... those dancing were too young to know originally.
I suspect only Alan and I enjoyed the day, the whole thing with the locals, the volume of the music, the cultural dimensions, etc putting off the rest. Saw a C[anadian] P[acific] rail car at 1716. Began the return journey at 1719 but stopped almost as soon. Bought a sombrero shot 50 MP, moving again by 1735 for the slow trip back. #7 was 'Vampiro', tequila and tomato juice in a pre-mix. Kidded Carlos that he ...