Journals Guadalajara

Rick's Guide to Old Mexico in Guadalajara, Tlaquepaque and Ajijic

Created by rickhowe on March 15, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

A guide to the best of Guadalajara, Tlaquepaque, Ajijic, and Chapala.

The Gastronomic Tour of Guadalajara

Created by JesusW on December 11, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

17 Reviews

Food is an important part of any culture; here you find a lot of both.

Second City--Strong First Image

Created by El Gallo on August 31, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
4 Stories

Guadalajara may be Mexico's "Second City" (hard not to when Mexico City is the world's largest) but it's image and art is what most people associate with Mexico.


Created by dmexs on January 30, 2008

1 Review

The Sacaramonte is a excellent restraunte. But check to see if it has re-opened, before going. It was closed for remodeling in Dec 2007.


Created by rachelweiner on March 22, 2007

2 Reviews

Why go to the beach? There's much more to do inland.

Quinta Don Jose Boutique Hotel

Created by Artster on December 8, 2006

1 Review

Tlaquepaque is located within the greater Guadalajara, Mexico area.

Wow I went to... Mexico

Created by im_so_cool on August 5, 2006

2 Reviews

My journal is all about where I go and how much I liked it and what I didn't like about it.

Mexico Fiesta

Created by jlo142 on July 30, 2006

1 Review
2 Stories

Just a brief family trip to Guadalajara, Mexico, where my family has always enjoyed visiting.

Wedding at Tala, Jalisco.

Created by LR2 on July 16, 2006

1 Review

A trip to Mexico for a wedding.

Guadalajara Getaway

Created by happym on February 18, 2006

1 Review

A trip to the Quinta Real hotel in Guadalajara, Mexico.

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