Staybridge Suites Guadalajara Expo

Address: Av. Mariano Otero: 2682 Ciudad Del Sol, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45050, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Mariano Otero: 2682 Ciudad Del Sol, Guadalajara, is near Basilica de Zapopan, El Acueducto, Casa Colomos, and Hacienda Santa Lucía.
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    Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

    From Tonala to Jocotepec

    A travel blog entry by rays_travels on Aug 24, 2015

    45 photos

    ... everyone follows. But forget the radar. There are 'topes' (speed bumps) which are pretty severe: a few of them, if you went more than 10 mph, would launch you, or tear off your front end!

    Ajijic and Chapala are on the north shore of Lago de Chapala, and slightly west of the center of the lake. Ajijic has the largest concentration of Americans ...

    Move on. Nothing to see here.

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Jul 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... 5pm. Next was a salad for dinner and coke. That was it. I had a nice chat with lady at the desk. She speaks excellent English and we spoke of government, lazy people and family values. These were important subjects to her and I had plenty to add. My bill is complete. Wake up call with my own backup at 5:30. I'll need to be at Martin's house at 6:30 for the bus at 7am to Puerto Vallarta. All is good with my other problem. Only a few hours of unpleasantness. Nighty ...

    Plan B

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Feb 19, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... br> practice, since they find it easier to get out of the situation, and usually
    only costs $10 or $20 US.

    The end of my
    story was that the officer returned my license without any further
    incident. No ticket, no bribe and no
    hard feelings. He even shook my hand as he said “adios”. Now I will have to
    research the Mexican law to see what it says about tinted windows, so at least
    I really know what I am talking about.

    ...

    Chapter Three - Tequila and Chapala

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Nov 04, 2013

    5 comments, 38 photos

    ... name. It’s a place where North American expats look to live on the cheap south of the border. It almost seems like the USA plonked in the middle of Mexico. Seeing huge American cars squeezing through the narrow cobbled street driven by blue-haired matrons is really a sight to see. We have lunch at Tango, which is outstanding, but filled with gringos. The town looks very clean and well ...

    Visit to Ajijic and Month 2 Finances

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Oct 06, 2012

    10 comments, 73 photos

    ... coming and know that you will pay top dollar for what you need.
    On a security note, I need to say that I am quite impressed with the intense police and military activity that is going on in Mexico. The country has gone through some major and extreme changes with the training and certification of their police force. The government is trying to do away with the old image of the underpaid, dishonest old-fashioned police officers and replace them with these ...