dichosalocura Posted May 31, 2019 Report Share Posted May 31, 2019 It was reported this week in the Guadalajara Reporter that Chapala recently announced that it would soon start resurfacing many more streets within the municipality in the next coming weeks. Well, tonight I took my evening stroll down on the malecón and I noticed that they had begun removing sections of the octagon shaped brick adoquines, down in front of the main Church and were replacing it with the nice smooth faux-type adoquines that they have already used on Calle Morelos in Chapala and also on Calle Juarez, behind the Mercado Principal. I'm calling them faux-type adoquines, because I have no idea what they are really called. It looks like large flat and smooth sheets of cement is being laid down, and on the cement, little squares are carved into to it to resemble adoquines or paving stones. I have no idea how far up Madero they are planning on going, but I am really pleased to see them finally improving the major Avenue in Chapala, I guess if I live long enough, I might one day even see my street resurfaced with these nice, smooth, and attractive little paver stone look-alikes. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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