Hotel de Mendoza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Jocotepec from cholera that killed 10% of the population.
This tradition stems from the need of the people to buy kitchen utilities such as pots, jugs, plates, etc. and the difficulties that they had to go to the city of Guadalajara to purchase these items. So instead of making the long and difficult journey, it was decided to bring the traders and merchants of these products to Jocotepec.
... reality they deserve. They have learned to live with less and put up with more than they should. They have made progress. In the twentieth century they had a major civil war and mass starvation which still persists to a much lesser extent mostly in the south of the country. Automobiles and road building has helped bring in food from the soil rich countryside to the cities. Indeed they have gone the other way from hunger with a population that ...
... I only managed to spot a couple of them, eating some tacos! I then embarrassed Manuel by being a bit too excited about going to Walmart with his Grandma, though I did then cave (!) and allow him to go to one of the rare H&Ms in Mexico, which seems to have a bit more of a homosexual following than I was aware of in Europe... In the evening, Manuel and I met up with some friends of his and went to a place called the "beer ...
... We picked up to Senora Dona who works at the RV Park, and walks the 2-mile road back and forth to work. While bringing her home I asked her about Friday night’s fiesta. She began to tell us that the event we were referring to was only the inauguration and that the actual fiesta starts on SUNDAY!! You can just imagine our disappointment after we were certain to find THE fiesta that I had read about in the Gudalajara Reporter. They reported that ...
... going to check this out at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. Wednesday is the Ajijic Market in town, so we're going to catch this to check out the lay of the land there.
In closing, I've attached some photo's of the front doors here in the complex, their quite nice especially with the large wrought iron gates that can be locked, but left open to assist with the breezes.
Stay tuned for more............