Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Las Torres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Enough walking. It's time to eat. Kind of entered this restaurant on a whim. Walked by it previously. Couldn't remember if it was a recommended one. But I didn't wan to do any more walking, so I bravely walked in.
Walking up ...
... Cuernevaca, Puerta Vallarta, Cancun, Acapulco, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Manzanilla and Uruapan. But in my humble opinion Mexico could be so much more to so many. Its resources, its food production, its natural gas and oil reserves, its diverse culture and burgeoning people and its tourism potential. It's all here, but the people need to collectively awake from their pacifist slumber. They need to embrace education more. They need to take charge ...
... of Guadalajara. After we told him, he said he would be willing to stay with us and then take us back to Guadalajara after we met the family! We were so lucky and grateful! Once we finally arrived after many stops to find out where exactly we needed to go, we met the Sanchez family! We met the grandparents and the aunt and uncle of two of our students. Our students' grandma made the best chilaquiles we have had in ...
... There are a lot of sites around the centre of Guadalajara, including the Cathedral which is identified by it's twin, yellow and blue spires. Next to the Cathedral is the Palacio del Gobierno, which houses a a history museum about the city including a room dedicated to tequila, and two murals depicting scenes from the revolution. After visiting the governmental palace, I went to the museo regional historico, where the history ...
... sun and elements. Every spring, the day after equinox, people come to these sites and hold ceremonies to acquire "energy" from the elements. The circular pyramids are also thought to be cosmograms, representing the mythological structure of the universe.
The Teuchitlán Culture, like many other Mesoamerican cultures, had its own ball game which were played on one of several ball courts. The game is started ...