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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Guadalajara
Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... idea). I thought I would do a bit on the blog now and maybe take some pictures and a walk around Tlaquepaque. The weather is nice, upper 70F with rain showers overnight to clean up the air. It's 9pm and I'm sitting in the bar at the hotel. I ordered a mango Marguarita and it's fantastic! Real mangos. Delicious. But I digress. I got into my room at 1:30pm and, although it wanted to do stuff, I immediately crashed and woke up after 4. Showered and walked up to El Parian. ...
Coming in on the bus to Guadalajara is ho hum, miles and miles of not very attractive same, same streets, but I guess that's much like coming into the cities of the U.S. The meat for me is always in the vibrant center. I had booked a medium range hotel that cost a little over $40, more than we like to spend, with the intention of ditching our heavy ...
... ask a question to a
non-English speaking employee. It felt to us like we were imposing and that we interrupted
their very important text messaging. I blame the Americans because the Mexican retail stores have a much different attitude towards us obvious “gringos”. And we have personally witnessed more
than one occasion of spoiled Americans and Canadians talking down, scolding or
insulting a Mexican employee. Like the Mexican ...
... We enjoyed the atmosphere, the mural is a sight to behold, and the prices are surely right. Hamburgers $28P, BBQ Ribs $60P, Chili Rellenos $50P, Burritos $50P, Filet Mignon $70P, Chicken Breast $50P, Pozole $30P, Quesadillas $7P, tacos 5 for $30P, and Arrachera $60P. I settled on the BBQ ribs and Deb went the quesidilla's, so with appies (this is for you Stacy), drinks and the main course our bill for this amazing evening was $220P or just over $16.00. ...
... attraction, no matter what accompanies it. It is often stuffed with either ground meat, olives and raisins, or with a chestnut dressing. The ensalada de Noche Buena - Christmas Eve salad - is made from a combination of beets, lettuce and fruit that are in season. Many families attend the Misa de Gallo, the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass, and do not begin their all night ...