Hotel Posada de la Media Luna

Address: Juarez 36, Tlaquepaque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Juarez 36, Tlaquepaque, is near El Arco, Hospicio Cabañas, Instituto de la Artesania Jalisciese, and Galería Antigua de México.
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    Travel Blogs from Tlaquepaque

    Day 14 Tlaquepaque

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 14, 2015

    15 photos

    ... of flowers, bright blue and red iced cupcakes and Mexican sweets of every kind. Some were quite unusual, but we sampled them anyway! We sat with grandma and the aunties who were all very gracious with quite good English. There seemed to be dozens of female cousins there, all with long dark hair, slim figures and dressed beautifully.

    It was a fun night. A group of cousins donned Mexican skirts to sing a tribute song to Maria Laura that grandma had ...

    Cantera and Chandelier shops

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on May 06, 2014

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... studio. Cantera is a volcanic stone that is soft and easily carved. Many places all over Mexico have artisans carving elaborate pieces. The finished products would be fountains, statues, columns, bird baths, mantels, wall hanging, benches, stools, busts and just about anything else in stone mixed in that you could imagine. We found a simple cantera bowl and pedestal for our fountain. Looks great!
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    Sunday Morning

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Oct 21, 2012

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... 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 ...

    8,500 Feet Above Sea Level!

    A travel blog entry by b-m-treece on Feb 08, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... I am convinced that it is cold bottled water and when I reach the Chapel he will be waiting for us. Now all I have to do is figure out how to pay for it because we have already talked about the fact that neither one of us brought money. He walks so fast - carrying so much. Bill says there had better be seven virgins there when he arrives. I laugh and suggest we just tell people we got there - we keep hiking. We get to an area ...

    A Whirlwind Week

    A travel blog entry by b-m-treece on Jan 27, 2012

    38 photos

    I guess there is always alot to do when you're not familiar with a place - then add a culture that enjoys life and you are going to stay busy. You hear men hard at work laugh, sing, enjoy what they are doing and alot of it is very labor intensive work. They unload a truck of bricks by throwing 3 to 4 bricks at a time to the next person, and they don't miss. I will see a project started and think how will they ever ...