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In this post: – The most beautiful places in Guadalajara – Mexico inspired fashion looks – The nearby town of Tlaquepaque – Where to stay in Guadalajara – Where to eat in Guadalajara – Other destinations in Mexico Smelling of craft wood and hot salsa, and just a thirty minute drive from Guadalajara, is the town of Tlaquepaque. I m not afraid of saying what I think, so if you dont want to know the thruth then dont ask me. I have a good sense of humor but sometimes I can be sarcastic.Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city, and one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country.This growth has been driven in part by the booming electronics industry in the industrial outskirts of the city.

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