Vista Junior Guadalajara
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... and shops along this pedestrian only outdoor mall.
One of the places that I just had to revisit was the Sergio Bustamante store/museum. For those who don't know about Sergio's work - I've attached some photographs of some of his sculptures - I'm not sure where the ideas come for his work but they are truly thought provoking.
The weather in town was hot and ...
... on the street. The PERFECT place to people watch. Owner Carlos Hernandez always makes you feel at home and welcome. They also make all their own breads and sweet rolls which are all excellent. Today I chose the omelet and George pancakes. After a great breakfast with Carlos and his girls we crossed the road to my favorite little grocery. From there we crossed again to our friends Pancho's vegetable/fruit market. We ...
... of the closed off streets. Our stroll took us around the University of Guadalajara. In Guadalajara like type businesses cloister together into one district. We ended up in the Bridal Gown/Women's Formal wear district with business after business all competing for the young girls imaginations for that one big night when she would be a Princess.
Everywhere you turn in Guadalajara is public art. Look at the pictures and see for yourself.
... a mini Alcatraz. Pat and Gail wanted to go see it, so we took the bus to the village of Mezcala, hired a local to take us across to the island and spent the morning exploring. We had some good tacos in town and returned to Ajijic to do a little last minute souvenir shopping and have drinks on the square. What a life!
On Sunday, Pat and Gail left to go home and we were all alone again...
It was a great visit with good friends.
... here in
It is a very nice hotel, with a very
nice room, with a very nice view of the very nice city, Guanajuato.
Oh, I see I just ran out of adjectives, let me reset the adjective
gismo. The name of the hotel is Balcon del Cielo (balcony in the sky)
and is on a hill overlooking Guanajuato with all it's colors,
historical buildings and sounds of life happening below. They ...