Tlaquepaque Travel Guide

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    by rafgys Written Jan 22, 2007

    Whether you're really looking for awesome furniture or just walking around the galleries and stores... Martha Figueroa is one of the nicest I saw in all the commercial area.

    It's kind of old-fashioned furniture... sofas, beds and whole bedrooms, even bars where you could hang out in your own living room! It's not cheap, but wow... it's so beautiful.

    They also have a restaurant in the backside, with the same "old-style" theme.

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    by rafgys Written Jan 5, 2007

    Besides the previous tip, you must walk along this street/area for pedestrians... visit all its galleries and say 'wow' at every single one! All the furniture stores are unbelievably beautiful, the hand-crafted stuff, the jewelry... everything with a exquisite colonial touch in the buildings.

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    by rafgys Written Jan 5, 2007

    Bustamante is an amazing sculptor/designer... his signature is probably the triangle shaped heads of pretty much all of his most well-known sculptures. If you've ever been to Puerto Vallarta, you must have seen the ladder in the 'Malecon' with a whole family climbing it... well, that was made by Sergio Bustamante.

    He lives in Tlaquepaque, and his store shows his work (sculptures, jewelry and probably some other items, as well).

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