Posada San Pablo

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

    Arrive in Guadalajara today

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Jul 17, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... had already left. I watched the news about the jetliner shot down over Ukraine, got depressed and came here to the bar. I just ordered a salad for dinner. The Caesar salad with French bread was great and I assured the bartender I would be back tomorrow to try another one of his fruit Marguaritas. Off to bed. 4hours sleep in the last 38 isn't doing for me. Goodnight. Note to self. In Mexico, the water knob with "C" on it means caliente, not cold!! And I call myself a Mexican. ...

    Guadalajara Energy!

    A travel blog entry by lairsho on Sep 17, 2013

    3 photos

    ... people relaxing on benches. The many passionate couples everywhere made me stop and think, "No, it's not spring. I guess they're just happy and in love in this beautiful setting." I think I liked it more than Jerry, but I later read it's like a smaller Mexico City. After 3 days of walking around, we are off to Guanajuato, another of the silver colonial ...

    How we chose a new place to live

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Jul 05, 2013

    44 photos

    ... different countries, we take a good look at what it would be like to live there. How are the neighbors, the tourists and the “snowbirds”? How is the weather “year-round”? What about the crime and who are the criminals? And how do I keep myself safe? Moreover, in Mexico, what is important to me, is that are there English speaking people or places that I can turn to in case of an emergency.

    I am learning that one ...

    Viva Mexico !!!!

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 10, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... we did NOB. One person at dinner said that we don't care what you have, what you don't have or what you used to do - the focus is on today and to enjoy life. To date, we've met more people and listened to more stories than I would ever think would happen in any community in Canada. Viva Mexico.

    After dinner, we got invited to go back to Eloy and Ginger's (John's brother and sister-in-law) casa for after dinner drinks. Their casa was simply ...

    Tejocotes and Christmas recipes

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Dec 18, 2011

    5 photos

    ... strange little yellow fruit, tejocotes, that we see everywhere. Every lady has a secret recipe for their punches using this fruit, so I have come to the realization that I should just put all sorts of fruits - tejocotes, guayabas, apples, pears, prunes - in a pot of boiling water with cinnamon, cloves, sugar cane and a little brown, cane sugar cone, piloncilla. That'll be my secret ...