Jul 29, 2005, 1:03 PM
Post #10 of 13
A couple of months ago we took a trip down to Ajijic and also had the pleasure of staying at the Swan Inn. Part of my trip report included our experience there. Iím patching it over to you to enjoy.
On another front, we had the real pleasure of staying at a B&B called The Swan Inn. Jean the owner and Umberto, her manager, treated us like old friends. Sheís a sweetheart! The appointments in this B&B are something only the heart and soul of a true artist could have put together. Her husband, who has recently met his calling and has gone on to the great beyond, was truly gifted as an artist and as a person. Reflections of his talents are ascribed in every nook and cranny of this picturesque B&B. Itís as if the structure in of itself was a personal painting/collage put together as his ultimate work of art. From the tastefully appointed mosaic inlays and concaved walls adorned with statues and his paintings, the mosaic swimming pool and Japanese garden with plenty of creature comforts, make for unforgettable ambiance. We stood there for about two weeks; except for the two days we stood at Jeans beach house in Manzanillo. While in Ajijic, Jean would join us to various restaurants for different kinds of food and we even attended the Folk Lorrico in town and had some great adult beverages celebrating every occasion I could think of. Sheís a fun gal! Jean recently purchased this very nice house/property right on the sand in Manzanillo. Itís gated, private, good cook and housekeeper, with an attractive pool in front of the house just before you hit the sand. As I understand it, she is on occasion considering renting the house on the beach, so if youíre interested, ask her.
Swan Inn Ajijic
(This post was edited by Oscar2 on Jul 29, 2005, 1:06 PM)