La Casa De Los Patios Hotel and Spa
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Where do I start?? A lot has happened since I last wrote in our blog. So, I will try to keep it
I have been waiting 6-months for my U.S. insurance to
respond to a request for approval to pay for my lower back surgery in Mexico.
We have not received an answer, so, I am still having problems with my lumbar
discs and we are still looking for some results.
We decided to buy a truck camper to use as our Mexico ...
I know, it has been a while since we posted something on our blog. I guess we got settled in to our routine and just got a little lazy. But, I also thought that you could only hear so much about our Mexico adventure, and that we have not really done anything out of the ordinary. We have not gone to explore any new places, so we have been just mostly hanging at one area.
The reason for hanging around is that I ...
This is the first time we have been in town for this area's largest festival of the year. I have seen many festivals around the world, and I must say that this one is one of the largest religious festivals I have ever seen. A close second would be the Portuguese Feast of the Blessed Sacrament from my home town of New Bedford, Massachusetts when thousands of people from around the world would gather during the month ...
f you would rather not read my story, just go down to the end and click on the first photo for a slideshow of recent photos. Thanks for checking out our blog!!
This month marks our second year anniversary of our first ever, long-term and long-distance RV
journey. It was two years ago that we sold just about all of our belongings and left our home state of Florida, in our very first recreational vehicle. We had never really been camping, ...
January is ending and we have been in Ajijic for 2 months - halfway through our time in Mexico. Every day the sun shines and interesting things to see and do are always just around the corner.
Lake Chapala is the largest freshwater lake in Mexico. It is about 80 km long and 12 km wide and is quite shallow - 10 m deep at its deepest point. Part of the lake is in the state of Michoacan, where we lived 12 years ago, and the other part of the lake is in ...