Hotel Puerta Guadalajara
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... and country's history, a number of Moors are included--with a description of their achievements... Glad to see that that segment of Guadalajara's history is being acknowledged. What about quality of life? Which would be the better city to live in? I guess it depends on what you want. If you want a cozy, quiet, safe sort of city where you can easily walk everywhere, Guad-Spain is for you. If you want exitement and a fast paced lifestyle, Guad-Mex is ...
... Arab mucky mucks had their summer estates. The prince of Saudi Arabia, the King's hill top palace, the high kabob and more were all in a row of very large estates. We could only drive by and look at the gates. Morocco is a monarchy and has had the same ruling family for 5 or 6 hundred years. Mohammad V was the king when Morocco gained independence and his grandson Mohammad VI is now king. Jamal tell us that Morocco is a democracy ...
... are pretty easy and I checked on costs, station locations and printed the route before I left. I know how to pack light. I know how to store things to thwart pickpockets. I know what kind of adaptor I need to charge my electronic devices. But still, there was that nagging feeling.
There had been a fraudulent charge on my usual travel credit card two days before I left, so it was cancelled and I haven't received the new card yet. At DFW I ...
Hasta Luego Madrid. Something
about this country makes me want to become more of a writer. Not quite like Michener,
sharing ALL my memories and favorite foods. But there’s something about this city. If
you are lucky enough to have lived in Madrid as a young woman, then wherever
you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Madrid is a moveable
feast. It’s just that I made my
... of the Spanish countryside. After riding for a couple of hours, we stopped for a break and most people got some snacks. Our next stop was the city of Zaragoza at 12:30. We toured La Basilica del Pilar de Zaragoza, which is stunning. For the next few hours we visited some shops, walked across an ancient Roman bridge and grabbed some lunch and dessert. At 2:45 we boarded the bus ...