Mision Carlton Guadalajara
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Mision Carlton Guadalajara
Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... about the day itself demanded that we have another turkey dinner. Joining friends for the late sitting (that would be 6 pm in this town) at Go, a local restaurant, a semblance of the traditional meal was set before us. Let me just say that the wine was very good... There will be no "foodie pics" of ...
... bread than me. This is then drowned in sauce, Chili sauce of course. I took it easy again and decided to go with three quarters 'normal' sauce and one quarter chili sauce. It was pretty hot anyways, but I had earned some respect with the locals with that little stunt, not too bad for a first timer :D It was very delicious by the way.
Afterwards we went shopping for some jerseys, because a local soccer team had a game today that we would attend. I also bought a new power ...
... got a bit lost and felt a little uncomfortable walking around in quieter areas at night – especially as it’d been the first time since the attack. A couple of phone calls sorted that one out, before the next day’s trip out to Lake Chapala (oh, is that a UNESCO World Heritage Site you say?!)
The bus ride was quite entertaining as it was showing a Spanish dubbed version of The Office. David Brent’s voice on it was super low and ...
... 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 ...
... Dee. I just can keep up with this pace down here - these retired people sure keep busy but with no real schedule or time lines to adhere to.
We've been asked to join the book club, tai chi, tennis, yoga clubs - people have asked me to play a card game called Mexican train, it seems to never stop. We've been here five days and we know about 10 times more people here then we do back in our neighbourhood in Abbotsford.