Yes and No -- can mean diffrent things
Sometimes, Mexicans avoid directly saying “no.” A “no” may be really mean “maybe” or “We'll see.” The North American tendency to get down to business and take direct positions can be perceived as rude and pushy.
hamburgueseria or gourmet burguers
This place is awesome, they have a nice menu conformed mostly of what they are famous for: Burguers, but not just any type of burguers, they are gourmet bourguers that incluide fancy cheese, beef, chicken, veal and lamb patties, nice veggies and dressings, besides; hand cut french fries, tossed with herbs and spices, nice selection of wine, beer and beer milkshakes made with Guiness beer. nice music and very cozy facilities. lamb burguer, nice size lamb patty, something like tartar sauce, homemade bun and fresh green veggies.
The main Door were made of wood of Granadillo by Jesús Gómez Velazco and have incrustations of bronze made by Benito Castañeda. At the front facade it has 3 italian mosaics, made at the Vatican Mosaics factory.
The temple was made mostly of carved stone as was used in the Middle Age, and something that calls much the attention is their enormous vitrales executed by Jaques and Gérard Degusseau from Orleans, France according to cardboards of the artist and painter Maurice Rocher of Paris.
Palacio de Gobierno
One of the first sights I hit in Guadalajara was the Palacio de Gobierno. It is at the western entrance to the Historic District in El Centro, next to the main Cathedral.
I found the architecture of the building to be very interesting and there are a two very impressive Orozco murals inside.
Here is one of the Orozco murals, that is in one of the main stairways. A picture does not do it justice. I believe this one is called "Struggle of the Masses".
Another View from outside
Courtyard inside the Palacio de Gobierno. I found that many of the old buildings in Guadalajara had courtyards like this one.
There is also another large Orozco mural inside the legislative Chamber. I believe this has to do with the Mexican Independence
From another angle. These murals are huge, and the surface is curved like a half-dome, so when you view from a different angle you get a whole different perspective.
Many of the passageways in the building were open air. I found them to be very peaceful and beautiful.
They were very cool and breezy. A nice respite from the sunshine.
And as you can see, it was a beautiful sunny day.