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Our retirement to Ajijic is rapidly approaching. I am at the point of deciding on a couple of things. Our books, clothing, "stuff" has been sorted. The Mexico pile is much smaller than the sell/Goodwill/freecycle pile. Now I need some advice from folks who have moved with minimal stuff into furnished rentals. Beds - Both of us have back problems that require a really good mattress. Currently using a temperpedic and getting first pain-free sleep in years. I have a couple of options - the Nectar mattress comes in a big bag and unrolls. That will pack easily and someone we know owns one. Because Mexican mattresses are not the same size as US, mattress will probably not fit whatever foundation. Is it reasonable to ask the landlord to store one of the beds so we can use ours? Other option is to buy a mattress here. Recommendations for a place? Sheets - Do rentals come with bed linens or do we need to buy our own. Same for towels.
Fluffy1 posted a topic in Ajijic/Chapala/GuadalajaraDue to the specific dimensions of my bedroom, I am hoping to find someone who has a California King mattress they are not using much and wish to sell. With or without box springs, and/or frame, and/or sheets or other bed linens - those items would be appreciated but are not necessary to the sale. Thanks!
Hi Folks, We are researching mattresses and noticed two outstanding recommendations on the webboard for the Wendy Brand Mattresses out of Guadalajara. The "Elite" model appears to be their highest end pillow top from what we could tell online. We are having difficulty determining the prices online and will visit the shops in Chapala later. Would just be helpful to understand the best prices others have secured prior to negotiating and parting with our money. We want a king and queen model and will also purchase the box springs. So far our trip into mattress shops have yielded extreme sticker shock when viewing the standard names - Serta, Beautyrest, Sealy & such. All input is appreciated.