Best Western Autel Rio

Address: Padre De Las Casas 121 Norte, Piedras Negras, Northern Mexico, 26000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Padre De Las Casas 121 Norte, Piedras Negras.
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Travel Blogs from Piedras Negras

A Day in Hill Country

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 20, 2013

8 comments, 24 photos

Going West out of Austin you climb up to 2,000 feet through rolling scrub and live oak and rock. It was cloudy in the Colorado valley. As we climbed it got colder and darker. One goes through the small town of Johnson City with memorials and museums to the former President. This part of the country is pretty built up, particularly Fredericksburg further West, which is surprisingly German, and Kerrville with a long stretch of homes and ...

Grand Canyon capers

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jul 14, 2010

4 photos

Texas

Weather: Warm to Hot, 25C Night – 38C Day

Well what does one say about the Grand Canyon? What a, bloody big crack!

Dropping down from Utah to the North Rim of the Canyon we passed through Kanab. This appeared an appropriate time to get the air conditioner attended to. It hadn't been working since putting a smile on Gaels dial at the first burst of summer heat several days prior. After getting the unit filled with gas, which had ...

ABOUT MEXICO and CONGRATULATIONS TO MY SON AND LIS

A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Apr 05, 2007

1 comment, 7 photos

... GET QUITE HOT. HENCE, TOURISTS GET THE IMPRESSION THAT MEXICO IS A VERY HOT COUNTRY, WHICH, EXCEPT FOR THE TOURIST, RESORT AREAS ON THE COASTS, IT IS NOT. THERE ARE MORE VOLCANOES IN MEXICO THAN IN THE REST OF THE WORLD - MOST ARE DORMANT, SOME HAVE BEEN DORMANT FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS - BUT SOME ARE ACTIVE - THERE IS A BIG VOLCANO ABOUT 50 KILOMETERS FROM MILAQUE, AT COLIMA, WHICH IS ACTIVE AND IS A ...

Our Lady of Refuge

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 19, 2006

2 photos

... return for a court date for a formal deportation hearing, which meant they were free to go, and rarely did they show up for ourt dates. The loophole was dubbed "catch and release," and it frustrated many border patrol agents.

"There was a five-mile area specifically where these OTM's, 'other than Mexicans,' were flooding in," Commissioner for Customs and Border Patrol David Aguilar said. "Their perception was that they could be apprehended by the U.S. border patrol, and ...

Cristo Rey

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 16, 2006

5 photos

We found Cristo Rey
through my sister's congregation who travels from Iowa to provide volunteer service here. We saw the new church, the playground and the outbuilding for classes that volunteers gradually built on our first pass through. When we returned on Sunday afternoon, we saw it all in action. Worshipping with this tiny congregation of very poor people (live on ...