Hotel Casa Campos Bed & Breakfast

Francisco de Miranda 30A Col. Centro, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 45500, Mexico
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Palacio de Gobierno (Congress)Palacio de Gobierno (Congress)

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VACATION APARTMENT RENTALS

by singltravlr

Would like to spend a month there in Jan. or Feb. and have been online looking for a 1 bedroom apartment to rent. Am not having much luck which amazes me considering the size of the city. Can anyone refer me to a web site, agency, man on the street who deals with vacation rentals? Renting in Eastern Europe and South America has been easier than this....go figure! Thanks.......

Re: VACATION APARTMENT RENTALS

by Odinnthor

Since you ahve been looking, it is entirely possible that you have seen these, and I have no idea if they are difficult to navigate, - but in case here are some choices:

http://www.ehow.com/how_4530423_find-apartment-guadalajara.html

http://www.villaganz.com/nvo-principal-quintaganz-IN.html

http://www.explore-guadalajara.com/guadalajara-apartments.html

http://www.holidaywarehouse.co.uk/apartments-mexico-guadalajara.asp

http://www.sublet.com/spider/lecitylist.asp?state=occidental+y+bajio

http://www.rentalia.com/holiday-rentals-guadalajara/

Re: VACATION APARTMENT RENTALS

by Gatopardo

All I can see is a big business oportunity there for a formal unified and organized trustable real estate firm. Any candidates?

Re: VACATION APARTMENT RENTALS

by Laura_Mexico

I suppose there must be LOADS of options among all those sites that Erik provided, but here's another one you can check out: www.segundamano.com.mx , you're more likely to find long-term rentals in this on-line ads newspaper but it doesn't hurt to try. Apartment rentals for short periods of time (for the holidays) aren't that common here in Mexico, except for VERY touristic destinations such as San Miguel de Allende, where loads of foreigners looking for this kind of accomodation arrive almost all year long... and even here, guesthouses are more common. People renting will want to have a tenant for a compulsory period of at least 1 year. But you may find something, who knows... good luck.

VACATION APARTMENT RENTALS

by vikisuzan

The other day when I was looking for info on the area my in-laws live in, I ran across this. It may be just what you need.
http://www.housecarers.com/search_detail_housesit.cfm?ID=2145509745

Also, just thought I'd mention. You can catch a bus in Guad to the state and city of Guanajuato. It's awesomely beautiful. There's also a place where there are mummies (for real!) that you can see in that state. It's quite an interesting historical place: http://www.mummytombs.com/mummylocator/group/guanajuato.htm It's near Leon, Guanajuato.

Other info sources:

http://www.mexconnect.com/
http://cookjmex.blogspot.com/ They have a link on the right for hotels and for Guadalajara info.
http://www.lakechapalasociety.org/ A society for the retirees from the US, Canada, Europe and elsewhere that speak English & want to share info.
http://www.mexico-with-heart.com/ A blog by an American that lives in MX near Guad.
http://www.mexperience.com/blogs/mexicoinsight/
http://mexicodailyliving.blogspot.com/
http://chapala.com/ Rentals listed here... Looks like a real estate site, but there's much more there.
http://sparks-mexico.com/
http://www.chapala.com/wwwboard/webboard.html Chat

Travel Tips for Guadalajara

the road least taken....

by ricky1948

Guadalajara is a magic city, mystical and full of magnetic energy..Perhaps it is because it was founded on Valentines day..but I think it is a spot on earth which holds magnetic powers..for in february your hair will be charged to standing straight up and out physically. i suppose the first thing a gringo notices is the vibrance of the pace of life in the street. everyone seems to be going somewhere rapidly..a million taxis, camiones(buses) and a great subway..if you can find it...and its true Tapatios are going somewhere allright to the million taco stands open in every calle(street) in the city.Hold on gringo or gringa you just saw a most beautiful person pass you, but wait another and another..continuous flow night and day...god that bus almost just ran me over...hay a person so dirty, a mama pushing 4 babies in a row...the super rich the super poor all in one city continuous....do'nt panic gringo...and return to your hotel or the good ol usa....jump in .. and off the beaten path.this city is for real...begin in el centro...cerca(near) Obregon....San Juan de Dios...it does not matter the largest indoor mall in latin america..Plaza Gallerias..all Mexicanos rich or poor go to San Juan de Dios to look and shop...we are talking traditions here..that dvd pirate for 20 pesos.computer program pirates for 200 pesos..asi es realidad in Mexico. In avenida Obregon stay in a cheap Hotel..very clean for 12.50 usd a night...eat chulletas(pork chops) with Mexicans for 38 pesos 3.80 a plate...this is maybe a one day and night stay off the tourist path and very well worth the effort to remember you are in Mexico do as Mexicans..especially Tapatios..Guadalajarians..They are taught friendship and politeness and extend this to you off the beaten path of mega bucks tourism...no matter what always remember in mexico 10 pesos one buck could mean the difference of eating or not eating for one person in mexico that day...want more...email me .riki

Museo Regional

by scott_dallas

Near the Palacio de Gobierno there is a History Museum in a former government building. There are many historical artifacts here, including ancient native pottery, military items, and a large collection of religious art. I went to Mexico knowing that much her people are Catholic. However, I had no idea what a large part Catholicism played. It is very interesting to see how another culture portrays the religious history of Christianity.

GUADALAJARA...GUADALAJARA !!!! CITY OF ROSES

by Puma_Azul

"THE 2ND CITY OF IMPORTANCE IN THE COUNTRY....."

GUADALAJARA IS LOCATED IN THE WEST OF THE COUNTRY, CAPITAL OF THE STATE OF JALISCO... WHERE MARIACHIS AND TEQUILA ARE FROM (as i have told u before), IT IS A VERY BIG CITY FULL OF TRAFFIC, PEOPLE AND NOISE. BUT AT THE SAME TIME VERY INTERESTING TO VISIT AND WITH NEIGHBORHOODS FULL OF PEACE.

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