Hotel la Rotonda
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... just a few steps down across the street, but it's 7:00 pm and they're closed.
Found another pizza place after about 20 min. Ordered a med. veggie. A minute later I see a young man walk out, go across the main drag to a vegetable shop, and come back with four tomatoes. Don't know if they refrigerate them or not. Maybe everything is always that fresh. It doesn't seem like anyone keeps much of an inventory ...
Our first stop inland was Mexico's second largest city, Guadalajara. A beautiful and artistic colonial city, Guadalajara has lush parks and stunning plazas at every turn. We stayed in the oldest hotel in the city; now considered a national monument, Hotel FrancÚs was built in 1610 and still has intact it's original antique elevator and grand chandelier. We toured the city on foot and appreciated all the colorful and intricate architecture from the ...
... back. They want to take care of the neck first since it is a more critical location. Afterwards, we will discuss surgery to the two herniated discs in my lower back. Oh the joys of getting OLDER!! Seems like every 10th year, my body surprises me with something new.
Aside from the dreary medical conditions, I have been keeping busy by taking on an unusual project. My neighbor Dean and I decided to design and build an adult tricycle that can be ...
... in the history of Israel, specifically as it pertains to the wars they've had and the internal conflicts amongst Israelis that are willing to cede territory for peace and those who are not. Full of fascinating characters from both the secular and religious sides, kibbutzim, politicians and the military, and all are so intertwined. The second is a book called Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala, the truly harrowing and heart wrenching account ...
Yesterday was the second day of our Saint Andres Festival. The plaza was filled with food and drink and rides and games of chance. At 10:30 every night during the festival there is a Castillo set fire which is a rickety tower of wood which on it is placed revolving hoops covered in rockets ...