Hotel Ajijic - Plaza Suites & Spa
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... with the overcast day and the choppy waters on Lake Chapala we'd cancel it for today - the next plan was to head to Ajijic for a little shopping and walk the downtown area and the Malecon. The commercial district downtown here is not large, but it is colorful. All the buildings are painted in vibrant colors with narrow sidewalks on both sides of the street. When you meet someone coming in your direction invariably you need to step ...
... lit. "Health"). This is the equivalent for "bless you" in United States. The person who sneezed should respond with "Gracias" ("Thank you"). Salud is also used in place of the word “Cheers” when’re you’re drinking. 20. The use of the Mexican flag for any other reason than for national holidays (such as Independence Day) is considered a serious insult and faux pas for Mexicans, as is painting, throwing, making clothing from it, etc., ...
... A tope is a huge speed bump that they position every so often on the road to keep the local speed limit. Take these at an excess speed and all four wheels will surely leave the road. After picking J&C up, I headed for my first "bridge" lesson. Catherine also gives bridge lessons at her home, so I decided that this was a card game that I should know. I didn't realize how detailed this game can really ...
... great, but the food was amazing. It was like the Argentinian restaurant in Vallarta, but 1/5 the price....and without the wine (I was driving). Menna and I split a massive filet mignon that came with a lot of freshly baked or roasted sides.
With a full belly I took a little lakeside stroll, then it was back in the car and on to Aguascalientes.
8157km / ...
Yesterday might have been Dr. Martin Luther King day in the US but here in Mexico January 20 is San Sebastian(Saint Sebastian) the saint of all sports. As the story goes San Sebastian was a Christian and was in the army of a Roman Emperor (Diocletian). When Diocletian learned ...