Hotel de Mendoza
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the other one… yeah, a center exit row seat! So I was the very last one to board the plane and still got a seat I wished for. I really don't understand why people always rush to planes without seat reservations, if they don’t occupy the best seats in the house… We left pretty much on time and I was off on my way to Monterrey, the city where I would spend the better part of the next six ...
... hands, big farewell and I was ready for the next chapter. I stayed at a hostel called nomadas, perhaps the best hostel I've stayed at. The hostel was super clean, friendly, close to city centre and had a really cool pool. Perfect. Upon checking in I made my way for a quick swim in the pool which turned out to be not so quick. I started chatting to 2 girls, Mia from Florida and Lucy from somewhere haha. We chatted for good hour before I decided it was time to ...
Our week long road trip in south west Mexico was just enough to leave us wishing for more - fantastic crafts, music, haciendas and tacos ....well maybe we had enough of the tacos.
We flew into Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city that gave the world the sombrero, the mexican hat dance (goes with the sombrero si?) and tequila (needed to brave the hat dance)! Arriving soon after the ...
... on the street. The PERFECT place to people watch. Owner Carlos Hernandez always makes you feel at home and welcome. They also make all their own breads and sweet rolls which are all excellent. Today I chose the omelet and George pancakes. After a great breakfast with Carlos and his girls we crossed the road to my favorite little grocery. From there we crossed again to our friends Pancho's vegetable/fruit market. We ...
... lining the streets. The stalls go on and on for street after street, running over into intersecting streets. Once inside the market, it is like being in a tunnel of human trade. The pathway could not possibly have been more than seven feet wide and there is human traffic going in both directions. Add into this mix strollers, the occasional wheelchair, and vendors pushing carts with extra product or just carrying their wares by hand. All of the above ...