Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wordless Wednesday

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Places I've Been (Los Arcos, old gate of the city)

Guadalajara, Mexico

Image Credit: Wikipedia

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56 comments :

  1. Beautiful, and it's somewhere I have not been.

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    1. It's a beautiful old city. :)

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  2. Back when cities really had gates. Really cool ones.

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    1. Yep, this is a very old city with lots of cool history. :)

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  3. A beautiful gate. Have a lovely day!

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    1. It is a lovely gate. You have a great day too. :)

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  4. Nice gate! I love walking around cities and looking at interesting architecture. Have a great day!

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    1. This city has tons of great architecture. :)

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  5. Very interesting. Enjoy your Wednesday Sandee & Zane. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. You enjoy your Wednesday too Paul. :)

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  6. I love the arches in this structure! I would like to have arched doorways in my next home. Please join me in my photo linkup! Have a fototastic day!

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    1. Arched doors a very cool. :)

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  7. I doesn't look very functional to me. You can't close it and even if you could one could just walk around it.

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    1. Well it is more symbolic than anything else. :)

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  8. This almost makes me want to go back to Mexico. But not quite.

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    1. My traveling days to Mexico are long over. Too dangerous in many places now. :)

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  9. Beautiful it looks like Marble Arch hee in London but bigger

    Have a losarcostastic WWS :-d

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    1. You have a losarcostastic WW day too Steve. :)

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  10. That is a gorgeous gate. And looks like a great place up there to see a long ways. Thanks for putting us in the lineup.Sandee, you and Zane have a fantastic day.

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    1. You're most welcome for the link Marg. I'm glad your computer is better now too. :)

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  11. A beautiful and prestigious gate!

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    1. It is that and more Linda. :)

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  12. Beautiful, resembles Muslim architecture.
    Have a great day!

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    1. I don't know about that, but there are some great architecture in Mexico. :)

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  13. I've never been there before so thanks for the glimpse at Guadalajara!

    Hope you and Zane have a great day!

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    1. It's a huge city. I was there in my 20s. :)

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  14. Very nice. I have friends who used to dive yearly in Mexico. Always a fave destination, to be sure. :)

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    1. Some beautiful coastline in Mexico. :)

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  15. Wow! Now, that is really cool. Great job!

    "Big hugs" to ya, :)))

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    1. It was a trip of a lifetime. Big hugs back. :)

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  16. Wow! That's such a neat photo!

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    1. Thanks Lauren, it was a beautiful sight too. :)

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  17. What a cool gate! It makes me wonder about its history.

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    1. There's a link to information on the gate. Just click on (Los Arcos, old gate of the city) at the top of this post. :)

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  18. Sandee, I'm not sure why, but I do not see your link list. The same thing happened on my blog a minute ago, but then it showed up again. I just wanted to let you know- WW saved me today, I couldn't think of a thing to write, plus, it's a lot of fun.

    "Hugs" again-

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    1. Mr. Linky wouldn't open so I took it off. l'll add it back later. :)

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  19. Beautiful gate. We have never been there...and I'm sure never will, since we are pretty much avoiding Mexico. Oh well.

    Big hugs, honey...

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    1. I will never go back to Mexico either. It's way to dangerous. :)

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  20. What a beautiful place!

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    1. It was in the late 60s and I'm sure it still is. :)

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  21. Lovely city- too big for me tho'! Hugs to you and Zane on the sunny day!

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    1. It is a huge city indeed Kathe. Hugs back. :)

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  22. That's a pretty impressive gate

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    1. Yes, and it's a pretty impressive city. :)

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    1. I enjoy living there for four months many moons ago. :)

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  24. Beautiful gate. I had a doctor from there. Interesting lady. Lots of expats lived there. Hope y'all are having a great week. Hugs from the north part of I-5!

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    1. There are lots of Americans in Guadalajara. There was a place outside of the city names Las Fuentes that was full of Americans. :)

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  25. That's a really nice gate. I guess there's a lot of very interesting colonial architecture in Mexico.

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    1. Tons and tons of wonderful architecture in Mexico. :)

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  26. Lovely! That is someplace I have never been, well at least that I can remember. We have traveled quite a bit through Mexico and a lot of it was kind of a blur when I was little.

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    1. It's far more dangerous than it used to be, but at one time it was a lovely place to visit. :)

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  27. Beautiful, yes, but not somewhere I'd like to visit now. Thanks for the photo trip 'cause that's as close as I'm going to get to it.

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    1. Me either and my husband refused to go to Mexico. He's right. :)

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    2. He's right. People think the barbarians are in the middle east, and they are, but they don't recognize the barbarity that's going on in Mexico, as well.

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    3. Exactly. A lot have migrated to California among other places. :)

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