Best Western The Lodge At Creel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 15: today we went to copper canyon. vista as far the eye can see and peaceful. we had several stops and the problem with guided tours is we can't just stay anywhere cause I sure could be just sitting and watching the mountains move. I cannot describe but just remember how much grandeur is standing at the edge of the copper canyon looking down and beyond. I met the flying rock. arlene convinced me to do ...
Day 13: since we arrived early in the morning we tried at the hotel and were allowed to check into our room, very nice!! we slept until past noon, had a look at the chepe website but finished going to the supermarket and had some awful late lunch first before finally turning up at the chepe office and detailing our trip. I booked us too far ...
... By the turn of the 20th Century, their dreams were grand.
Topolobampo is the world's second largest deepwater port and the plan was to utilise the port and make a fortune by growing sugar cane on the vast coastal plain. One might consider this to be an ambitious undertaking but the plan went further by linking the port to the North American heartland with a railway over some of the most challenging terrain. We decided to start ...
... ANYWAY... The return train trip was excellent. Freed from the tyranny of our cameras, (we had more than enough photos) we could appreciate the Canyon as a continuous entity, rather than a collection of individual shots.
Our return to the Rio Vista was a bit like coming home. El Fuerte is not huge, so we'd been pretty well everywhere. Fortunately our extra day coincided with Mexican Independence Day on the 16th, and celebrations on the night before. The square had ...
... streets!! The rest of the road to Zacatecas was wet but at least we were not. Old town Zacatecas, built on a hillside with narrow streets- a world heritage site undergoing much renovation, but great to wander around and look at. It was an old silver mining town and has many old Spanish style buildings all made out of pink sandstone (hence the renovation as the sandstone is soft), and the streets are all made of large rectangular cobbles. Thunder ...