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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... and kids play grounds. The threat of rain most of the weekend kept many people home and last Monday was independence day so that too contributed to a light crowd but the weather was gorgeous on Sunday when we soaked in the mineral spring fed pool and sipped cocktails in the late afternoon. The place is huge 50 or so RV sites with full hookups. Electric, water and sewer are at all sites and probably ...
So this is our one year report on weather. We still get asked when will we return to the U.S., and our answer remains the same, “we don’t know”. We are enjoying our time here and especially the steady pleasant weather that the “Chapalians” have been bragging about. We extended our visa to stay in Mexico longer because one year was not enough to get to see much of what Mexico has to offer. We do not plan to go ...
... The walk was a little tough for Deb given her recent bout with a virus. At the luncheon today, we heard that about seven residents have come down with the same symptoms as Deb had so I guess it wasn't "turista" and just the case of a virus or flu.
For dinner, Deb was still a little tentative so she decided to have a hamburger with home fries and I opted for the schnitzel. It was good, but not quite the ...
Since we arrived in Ajijic, there have been three big festivals and several smaller ones. The festival for the Patron Saint of Ajijic was just finishing up when we got here, the Virgin of Guadalupe Day was celebrated with pretty little shrines in the streets and of course fireworks on castillos, the 9 days of posadas and pinatas before Christmas, and last night was Christmas Eve, a night ...
... is very nice, one
of Mexico's designated historical sites (pueblos magicos). I know I
say every town is charming, but it is so true. They are all so nice,
and they all seem to have their own flavor. Tapalapa is high in the
mountains, over 6000 feet, mainly white cement buildings with red
trim, a lot of wooden framing and red tile roofs. Real nice town
square "centro" and narrow, winding, cobblestone streets
rolling through town,... yea you ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services