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Guadalajara


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Guadalajara Cathedral in Guadalajara, Mexico
Guadalajara is the state capital of Jalisco, and the second largest city in Mexico. As of the 2005 census, the city had a population of 3,600,940, with about 5.1 million people living in the metropolitan area.

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Fodor's Puerto Vallarta: with Guadalajara & Riviera Nayarit (Full-color Travel Guide)

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Fodor s Travel Guides
Released: 2015-05-12
Paperback (304 pages)

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Written by locals, Fodor's travel guides have been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for 80 years.

Delicious local cuisine, vibrant nightlife, natural beauty, and an abundance of sunny beaches make Puerto Vallarta one of the most-visited destinations in Mexico. From the authentic folk art of the Huichol Indians to thrilling outdoor adventures to the historic cobblestone streets of the Zona Romantica, Puerto Vallarta and nearby areas teems with interesting things to see and do.

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· Dozens of full-color maps 
· Hundreds of hotel and restaurant recommendations, with Fodor's Choice designating our top picks
· Multiple itineraries to explore the top attractions and what’s off the beaten path
· In-depth breakout features on tequila and mezcal, mariachi, and local art
· Side Trips from Puerto Vallarta including San Blas, The Mountain Towns, and Guadalajara

Planning to visit more of Mexico? Check out Fodor's travel guides to Cancun and Los Cabos.

Guadalajara (Moon Guadalajara)

By Bruce Whipperman

Brand: Avalon Travel Pub
Paperback (250 pages)

Guadalajara (Moon Guadalajara)
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Since its creation in 1973, the award-winning Moon Handbooks series has become a top choice among travellers who want a completely unique experience, a new perspective--and a few new stories to tell. Want to know about your destination's history, culture, and social issues? Looking for the low-down on recreational opportunities, dining and accommodation options, and the most interesting regional sights and entertainment? No problem. Big or small, mainstream or obscure, every worthwhile detail is included in these books. Covering the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific, Moon Handbooks give you the tools to create a travel strategy that's yours alone. The result? A more personal, entirely uncommon, and ultimately more satisfying travel experience.

Mexico: Mexico Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in Mexico (Mexico City, Yucatan, Los Cabos, Oaxaca, Cancun, Guanajuato, Guadalajara, Puebla)

By 101 Coolest Things

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Mexico: Mexico Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in Mexico (Mexico City, Yucatan, Los Cabos, Oaxaca, Cancun, Guanajuato, Guadalajara, Puebla)
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- the very best things to shove in your pie hole, from street food staples like tacos al pastor to 100 year old restaurants - the best shopping so that you can take a little piece of Mexico back home with you, whether that’s in the form of handcrafted pottery or a bottle of mezcal - incredible festivals, whether you want to get to grips with Mexico’s mariachi culture, or you’d prefer to dance all night to electronic music on a beach - the coolest historical and cultural sights that you simply cannot afford to miss from Frida Kahlo’s House to the largest pyramid on the planet - outstanding experiences in nature from whale watching on the coast of Sayulita to free-falling into a cave - and tonnes more coolness besides!

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Guadalajara Today, May – July 2017: The State Capitol of Jalisco Mexico Is Like Living in Any City in The USA, But More Economical!

By Carlos Turver

Released: 2017-07-21
Kindle Edition (23 pages)

Guadalajara Today, May – July 2017: The State Capitol of Jalisco Mexico Is Like Living in Any City in The USA, But More Economical!
 
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Introduction
1. Keeping busy.
2. I no longer miss living in the USA.
3. US TV in Guadalajara.
4. Public Transportation.
5. Owning a Car in Mexico.
6. Where can I meet North Americans?
7. Health care in Mexico.
8. A recent hospital experience.
9. Assisted living.
10. Dentistry.
11. What it costs me to live in Guadalajara.
12. Staying safe in Guadalajara.
13. Emigrating to Mexico.
14. Language.
Conclusion.
Introduction
Although I have been living in Guadalajara since 1970, I make it a point to kept myself informed about what is happening in the USA. Quite frankly, with all that has been going on up north, it surprises me that I have not seen any significant increase in the number of Americans retiring to this city.
Prior to the two major devaluations of the Mexican peso in September of 1975 and in August of 1982, it seemed that every other automobile had US plates and were driven by fair skinned North Americans. However, when they lost approximately 50% of their assets over night, they cashed in their pesos for dollars and returned home.
The following cycle of US plated cars that were in abundance throughout the city, were driven by Mexican nationals who had returned home to take advantage of the increased purchasing power of their hard-earned dollars.
Since the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a large variety of foreign automobiles can now be purchased here on credit. Consequently, US plated cars are now seldom seen.
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My parents retired to Mexico in the summer of 1969. A few months later, my father passed on. Although I was a few months shy of completing my four-year enlistment obligation, the US Coast Guard gave me an early honorable discharge so that I could be with my mother while she was recovering from her loss. Shortly after I arrived, I also made the decision to make Guadalajara my new home.
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Soon after my military discharge, I married a Mexican National. I got a job as an account manager for an investment house whose clients were primarily English-speaking North Americans. A few years later I owned and operated two small American style food restaurants that were both named Uncle Sam’s Kitchen. The first was patronized by students from the USA who attended the AMA accredited Autonomous University school of medicine. The second restaurant was initially supported by North Americans and other foreign executives who came to Guadalajara to manage the numerous industries that had been allowed to operate in this city because of NAFTA.
Prior to the implementation of this free trade agreement, it was extremely difficult to get working papers. Only foreign-born language teachers and those who were married to Mexican nationals were permitted to work. The exception to this law was for those foreigners who invested a minimum of $100,000usd into businesses that created jobs.
Those foreigners who were 55 years old and provided proof of a specified minimum monthly income that was required at that time, could obtain temporary residency, but were not allowed to work. However, after 5 annual referendums, the temporary residency papers were upgraded to permanent resident and foreigner was then allowed to work in Mexico.
There was a time when it virtually took a presidential decree for foreign males to obtain Mexican citizenship. However, foreign females who were married to Mexican males could apply. In 1975 a supplement to this law was added that allowed foreign males to become citizens when they were married to Mexican females.
As I met this condition and as I had decided to live permanently in Mexico, I applied for and received Mexican citizenship that same year. At the time, it was required that I surrender my US passport, birth certificate, my temporary resident papers and a copy of my marriage certificate. The attorney’s fee was $1,000usd. One month after these papers were submitted, I became a legal Mexican citizen.

(Guadalajara Travel Guide ) Miss Passport City Guides Presents Mini 3 Day Unforgettable Vacation Itinerary to Guadalajara: The Ultimate Guadalajara Travel ... days (Miss Passport Travel Guides Book 32)

By Sharon Bell

Mini Trips Publishing, LLC
Released: 2013-12-25
Kindle Edition (23 pages)

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Do you dream of escaping harsh wonders for a tropical paradise? A place in the world where temperatures vary rarely dip below 40° on the coldest evening someplace where you can wake up to blue skies and sunshine 90% of the time and consistently 75° and dry climate. Then Guadalajara, may be just the place for you, this heartwarming city tucked in the heart of Mexico's colonial country is also known as the city of roses or the parole of the West depending on whom you ask.

Guadalajara is a very fashionable city with a late 19th and early 20th century European artistic flair. There are many great boutique and colonial style hotels scattered throughout the city, ranging from 150 pesos a night for a single occupancy room with a shared bathroom to 450 pesos a night for a completely private, single or double occupancy room. Many of the hotels are so captivating and magical, such as the Casa Villa Santa that many guests than the vast majority of their time lounging on the patio of their room or by the pool or at the beach and very rarely venture further than the front gates of the resort.

However, if you are an adventurous traveler, Guadalajara will not disappoint. The city is packed full of everything a modern day explorer could desire from boutique clothing stores to clubs and pubs and a world-class beach for sun bathing and playing in the surf. Not to mention breathtaking art galleries and museums, all filled with the rich culture and heritage of the Mexican people and of Guadalajara itself. While MRI is one of those few places on the planet that seeks into a traveler's DNA and always seems to call them back. Anyone who travels there is instantly captured by the magic and affirming warmth of the people that inhabit this magnificent city.

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Guadalajara (Ulysses Travel Guide Guadalajara)

By Olivier Jacques & Esteban Cardena

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Mexico's second-largest city, Guadalajara is referred to both as the mariachi centre of the world and the "Florence of Mexico." In this guide, Ulysses tours you through the fine craft markets of Tlaquepaque, the dramatic murals of the modern Mexican muralism movement, the archeological site of Iztepete and much, much more.

Frommer's Portable Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo & Guadalajara

By David Baird

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See the very best of Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo & Guadalajara

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Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife

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Guadalajara Travel Journal: High Quality Notebook for Guadalajara

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A high quality Guadalajara Travel Journal designed to make traveling light a breeze. Perfect size for travel, 100 pages and a glossy cover for easy packing. Throw it into your purse, a small backpack, or into your suitcase. An ideal notebook for writing down your memories and bringing them home to read in the years to come. Have a wonderful trip to Guadalajara!

Vacation Goose Travel Guide Guadalajara Mexico

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Vacation Goose Travel Guide Guadalajara Mexico is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Top 50 city attractions, top 26 nightlife adventures, top 50 city restaurants, top 28 shopping centers, top 50 hotels, and more than a dozen monthly weather statistics. This travel guide is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this pocket book be part of yet another fun Guadalajara adventure :)


 
 
 

 
 
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