Although this time the detailed travel diary will have to wait On our return, today has been a day that has taken us to a cosmopolitan, lively, colonial city, with precise streets, avenues, corners and buildings, Guadalajara (and a bit of that unpronounceable town called Tlaquepaque)
Guadalajara in photos
I don't fool anyone if I say that I would have loved to have 2 or 3 days to get lost in the streets of one of the most beautiful cities that Mexico has today, and that still retains that concept of large gardens, public art in squares and parks, and a Cathedral of those that are considered the heart of a city, of large peaks and rounded central dome, and historical symbol and icon for all.
When one thinks of Mexico, or two traditional things, thinks of Mariachis, thinks of Tequilas. Guadalajara is the cradle of these, in addition to being a place of reference in terms of historical buildings fully preserved.
Tomorrow, with time and rested, I will recover the rhythm of the newspapers. We will go back to sleep in Guadalajara, although Ribera de Chapala, Mezcala or Ajijic will occupy another day of great heritage of the State of Jalisco. And although they do not believe it, the slogan of "Jalisco is Mexico" makes more sense than anyone believes.
Meanwhile, and waiting for the storm to pass, we say goodbye from one of the most beautiful and romantic rooms I've ever been to, in the boutique hotel Villa Ganz, which we'll talk about later. !!Goodnight!!
Isaac, from Guadalajara (Mexico)