Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara
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Of course, everything is served with a side of tortillas. And chips with pico de gallo and at least two different salsas.
Went back to my room to work on this blog, but still no internet. Read a little and took a short nap.
Decided to stroll around some more.
Tried to show you where the main action is on market day. Where the cars are, it's a ...
... because upon check-in we were not assigned a proper seat. Well, problem was, that nowhere on my boarding pass was it mentioned that I was a VIP, and there was no sign for boarding group four, only VIP and 1-3. And they told me the VIP line was not for me. So I had to wait for everyone else to board. Which I did not like very much, because I always prefer a seat in the exit row (as most of you ...
... friends live on the Pacific coast and had purchased one of these chandeliers seven years previously. Well the salt air had done its work on the steel rods holding the hand blown glass shades and they had brought theirs hoping it could be repaired. The owner a passionate artist who was proud of his work was amazed that his piece of work had not fared any better and very much wanted to see that his ...
... towns like Lázaro Cárdenas, each busy and congested and always in a hurry. The foreigners in these places are the crew of container ships from Taiwan or Korea intent on a meal ashore and a few beers free of their never ending duty roster. These are always interesting places for us to wander and watch the everyday life of working Mexicans which are, from what we can see, the same as ours in every important way, but in ...
... AM, followed by extremely loud pyrotechnic rockets called “cohetones”. They repeat this every hour until 8:00am. This has been tradition, when the villages did not have electricity and the church was responsible for waking people up on time to attend early morning church services, as they still do today. It is also great for those that have a hard time getting out of bed, as well as a great way to startle the unsuspecting American tourist who ...