Things to do in Chapala
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Lago de Chapala is Mexico's largest freshwater lake; it's located southeast of Guadalajara, with the southern section in the state of Michoacan. It's a popular day trip for people wanting a break from the city and also, a popular retirement spot for American and Canadian expats. Lago de Chapala is definitely not in the wild--small communities dot the lake (as ...Popular with
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The Super Lakes Grocery Store is actually located in the small city of San Antonio Tlayacapan tucked between Ajijic and Chapala, but the small city is administered by the Chapala government. The store itself has more American products then does the Chapala Wal-Mart just down the street.
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This statue of Jesus Christ the Fisherman is located on Lake Chapala in the City of Chapala. When it was constructed it was surrounded by water, but today, for a number of reasons (Guadalajara taking the water) the lake has subsided and the statue is no longer surrounded by water.
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The Mezcala Island is right off the coast from the city of Mezcala. Mezcala Island is home to one of only four Spanish forts left in Mexico. It was here in 1812 that the locals drove the Spanish from the fort and occupied it for the duration of the revolution against Spanish occupation.Popular with
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Hugo Ernesto Gracian is one of the finest classical guitar players in the world. He hails from Mexico, and was a music instructor at the University of Guadalajara. I had the honor of seeing Mr. Gracian perform, and meeting him after the concert was ended in Chapala, Mexico. I just have to say he is one of the greatest guitar ...