Posada San Pablo

Address: Madero 429, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Madero 429, Guadalajara, is near Palacio de Gobierno, Centro Cultural, Nueve Esquinas (Las), and Centro Cultural Jaime Torres Bodet.
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    Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

    Summer time hobbies

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... all our routes picked out to head down to the Yucatan, but since Mexico will not be closing down that section, then it can wait. We plan to stick it out here in Jocotepec.

    Spending the winter in Joco is nothing new to us. We have spent some winter month here, so we know that although we will not be getting beach weather, we will still get many 70 and 80 degree days, and few 50 & 60’s. It still beats New England cold and snow. Sorry, but that is ...

    Juli 28, 2014

    A travel blog entry by claire-jellard on Jul 28, 2014

    17 photos

    ... our trip through Mexico there were plenty of police and military checkpoints along the route and we often saw trucks with a few heavily armed soldiers or police - we were not sure what they were! They looked very sinister - completely dressed in black with black scarves covering their faces and heavily armed (see photo). We arrived in Guadalajara in the pouring rain, but luckily it soon cleared up and we were able to ...

    UNESCOh Look Its Another Cathedral...

    A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 02, 2013

    110 photos

    ... sleeping near their relative’s graves overnight, bringing gifts of things they enjoyed during their lifetime. It’s a very spiritual event which would have been good to see, but seems I missed it so I just went out for some more amazing food, before getting the last bumpy bus ride back.

    And that was more or less it… three more World Heritage Sites in the bag… However, in (a rare bit of) seriousness, Elizabeth and her family couldn’t ...

    Revolution Day

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Nov 22, 2012

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... plaza will are blocked off and filled with Vendors selling everything from food to crafts. There was a parade in front of the house yesterday afternoon. This morning there have been the sky rockets, and at least two marching bands heard off in the distance. It is a fun filled, but very noisy nine days.

    VIVA ...

    Fat Tuesday - More than I Could Imagine

    A travel blog entry by b-m-treece on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 49 photos

    ... dancers played an important role in the ancient rituals practiced to garner favor from the deities ruling over the four elements – earth, air, water and fire.
    Sayacos are also linked to the legendary Xicantzy, a female village elder and direct descendent of the area’s ancestral tribal ruler who was distinguished for wearing extravagant clothing and lots of glittery jewelry.(I like her already) Some oral histories ...