Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Las Torres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... before proceeding on their own..these people down here are all very nice and very protective for me. They won't let me take a taxi until the check it out first. Very kind.
Well, I tried to find out what's in store for tomorrow but, as usual, no one knows so that will lead to my next title, Mystery Day # 2. Time to call Mom, finish my Marguarita and clean up. Oh oh. The hotel lady just came to the bar to tell me to call Martin. I wonder what's up..
... br> For accommodation we had looked for something central and at a reasonable price. I think we got what we expected. The hostel is a ten minute walk to the centre of Guadalajara and buses run right past the door for US$ 0.50. The metro is three blocks away.
We settle in quickly, and venture out searching for somewhere to eat. The neighbourhood looks a ...
... plaza. They were strumming and mouthing the words but very little sound was coming out. I guess the music will be added in the editing room.
Next on the menu of events was a native dance performed by young children. Who couldn't enjoy this?
Local musicians the Garcia family with Victor on violin capivated the audience with his unusual style of music. Always the ultimate showman ...
... which was great considering we had some heavy jugs of water.
We decided we'd go back to Tango Ajijic for dinner. Unfortunately Deb missed this spot the first time so I thought it would be a great spot to take Deb back considering the quality of the steak that I had the first time. I went with the FLAP steak again and Deb opted for the chicken kabobs. Before dinner they bring you these little rolls and ...
... put on their 4-way flashers. A light smattering of rain continued, Carlos having told someone the weather lately was odd for this time of the year. On to highway 42 for the final leg at 1142, making our final toll payment at 1145. City limits of Guadalajara reached at 1152. Carlos said Pope Benedict XVI is coming to Guanajuato and Jalisco states as the people are fervent [verily fanatical] Catholics.
Tlaquepaque exit at 1157. With the drizzle, Ian and David ...