Angel Flores Guest House
Travel Blogs from Ajijic
... rooms, bath rooms and steams rooms again which are heated from geothermal springs. The steam rooms are only opened weekends. There is a large restaurant open daily and offered free live entertainment by LuLu (Florida native) who sang popular songs on Saturday which was the last night of her run. Other forms of entertainment include soccer (futbol in MX), basket ball, volley ball, tennis, ...
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 ...
This weekend the Cultural Center on our plaza here in Ajijic celebrates its 25th anniversary. The opening Art Show event Friday night was big with over 30 artists ...
... serious, and even though it was only a low transmission fluid level, I still needed $250 to do an oil change and filters during the same visit. Then, just like it happens in the U.S., a couple of days later, I noticed fluid coming out the rear end of the truck. It was not something that Pepto-Bismal could have taken care of. The rear end seals were not sealing. Another trip back to the mechanic set us back another $250.
We were just beginning. ...
Another ride through the mountains of Mexico and let me tell you I have been very impressed! The quality of the roads have been good and the views have been amazing. The winding, curvy road this time took us to Ameca where we stopped and had lunch. It's a nice town with a beautiful church. We then took off to our final destination, Ajijac, a town on the biggest lake in Mexico (Laguna de Chapala). Tom had ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed