Hotel de Mendoza
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... Oh no. That will never do. So we left the tour and decided to take a taxi back--that way we had all the time we wanted. Tonalá requires lots of walking as it's really spread out, and in our wanderings we found a folklore festival in the main plaza.
What a find! Without understanding a word they said we still greatly enjoyed the music, dancing and brightly colored costumes. There were a few pale skinned folks there, but mostly it was Mexicans out enjoying their heritage. ...
... of time urgency. They have no problems relaxing or sitting without doing anything and
rarely get stressed out. And even though this type of person can achieve his
goals just like the Type-A, he can accomplish his tasks much more effectively
because he avoids the distractions of worry and has a clear mind while getting
the job done.
The more I get exposed to the Mexican way of life, the
clearer my mind has become. I am able to ...
... up on all our antics since the start of our adventures in Mexico. Also a card game, which I can't remember how it is called, which brought out the aggressive/competitive sides of us as we took turns playing in English and Spanish. All good fun, and then we decided to head to Tlaquepaque to see what all the fuss was about, the birthplace of Mariachi. Probably wasn't the best idea to shove 8 people into a small ...
... the re-fried beans and coleslaw as all there was, was meat and beer, The total cost for Deb and I, all in was $150P or $12.00. I don't think we'll be going back on this trip anyway.
Given that we rode with Terry and Bernie, they kindly drove us into the town of Jocotepec so that we could see their Malecon area and a little bit of the town. All the locals were out with their families which seems to be the norm here on weekends. They were there for ...
... by going to church, and then followed by eating, listening to music, drinking and more fireworks.
Prior to Christmas we noticed that the usually bustling Wednesday market became even more so, with mountains of fruit for ponche navideño (Christmas punch), tinsel-y decorations, Barbie dolls and clothes, puppies, and Christmas CDs and DVD's. The culmination of all this ...