Hotel & Suites Quinta Magna
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... in a cone or on a stick. Best to see the picture for better understanding. So off we went to our house. Our house turned out to be a holiday home that belonged to Chris’s family. A small house with two bedrooms and a sleeping couch, perfect for the five of us.
The rest of the day we spend playing drinking games, swimming in the pool, playing drinking games in the pool and eating quesadillas. I’ll save you the details ...
... are always higher, more like 100.
The ride was good and I downloaded the photos and published the blog. I like it. It like talking to everyone but no one is really here. I don't have many pictures inside the fiesta since photographers covered everything and it was dark for my camera. It's 11:30 and I need to be at Martin's house for the flea market and some pyramid deal. It's just another adventure.
... attention are the number spooks and ghosts wandering the streets. The walking dead seem to be quite at home in Guadalajara.
Next morning, in the sunshine, everything looks better. We put on our walking shoes, and ignoring the metro and local buses, head towards the city centre. One of the first things Miryam sees is the plethora of shoe shops with ...
... convinced me and George to get with the program and get ours painted too. So if you see a few ghouls that look familiar it could be us.
We are quickly approaching the big festival of our town the festival of Saint Andres which is the largest of the year. It is a 9 day period ending with the last day of November. So look for more posts soon.
... of society’s rich and powerful.
The typical male costume features a dark wooden mask with bushy eyebrows and ample facial hair, an oversized suit jacket, baggy pants, short riding boots and a well-worn hat. Sayacas wear papier mache masks painted with rosy cheeks, bright red lips and heavily arched eyebrows, a bright skirt and blouse combo or outdated party dress filled out front and rear balloons, gaudy costume ...